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THE DIAL 



DIAL STAFF 1957 



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EDITOR 


Connie Safford 




ART 


Barbara Turner 
Jacqueline Peterson 




LITERARY 


Betty Britt 
Arlene Norton 




BUSINESS 


Mary Jane Doyle 


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Anne Lawlor 
Terry Mesquita 




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PHOTOGRAPHY 


Johann Piantedosi 


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DATA 


Sandra Luclcraft 




SECRETARY 
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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 
FRAAAINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



TO DR. LAWRENCE NEWELL 



WHO HAS INSPIRED OUR 



CONFIDENCE AND TRUST WITH 



HIS SINCERITY, KINDNESS, 



AND DEEP UNDERSTANDING 



OF OUR PROBLEMS, 



WHO HAS DEVELOPED OUR 



SELF-RELIANCE AND GUIDED US 



TO THE REALIZATION OF 



GREATER ACHIEVEMENTS THAN 



WE IMAGINED POSSIBLE, 



WHOSE WISDOM, HUMILITY, 



DIGNITY, AND 



STRENGTH OF CHARACTER 



WON OUR RESPECT AND LOVE, 




WE DEDICATE OUR YEARBOOK. 




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Framing! ate College 

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UPON OUR ENTRANCE TO FRAMINGHAM, WE HAD DEFINITE HOPES 
OF WHAT WE WISHED TO GAIN FROM THESE FOUR YEARS AND VAGUE 
IDEAS OF WHAT WAS TO BE EXPECTED OF US. WE HOPED TO DEVELOP 
WITHIN OURSELVES 

AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE OTHER PERSON 

A LOVE OF LEARNING 

AN APPRECIATION OF THE OPPORTUNITIES OPEN TO US. 
THIS WAS TO BE A PERIOD OF PREPARATION FOR LIFE. 




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NOW, AT GRADUATION, REFLECTION BRINGS TO MIND MANY IMAGES 
OF THE PAST FOUR YEARS; WE KNOW THAT BECAUSE OF 
ENDLESS HOURS OF STUDY 
VARIED SOCIAL AND CO-CURRICULAR ENDEAVORS 



THE EFFORTS OF OUR FACULTY 

THE SACRIFICE OF OUR PARENTS 

OUR OWN SELF-DISCIPLINE 
WE ARE READY TO BECOME GRADUATES OF THIS COLLEGE AND TO 
CONTINUE THROUGH LIFE WITH A GROWING APPRECIATION OF THE 
FRUITFUL YEARS SPENT HERE. 



1957 





MARTIN F. O'CONNOR, President 




DOROTHY LARNED, Dean 




WILLINGLY DONATING THEIR TIME, 



KNOWLEDGE, AND LEADERSHIP, 



KINDLY SHARING THEIR WISDOM, 



FRIENDSHIP, AND UNDERSTANDING, 



THEY BROADEN OUR HORIZONS, 



EXPAND OUR INTERESTS, AND ADE- 



QUATELY PREPARE US FOR LIFETIME 



PROFESSIONS. 








RACHEL D. BANGS, M.S.Ed. 




ANNA BILLA, M.A. 





DAVID BERGER, M.F.A. 




JOHN F. BOWLER. Ed.D. 



CONSTANCE BRINE, Ph.D. 



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MURIEL BUCKLEY, M.S.Ed. 



HARRY S. BROUDY, Ph.D. 




ELEANOR F. CHASE, Ph.D. 



STEPHEN DURKEE, M.S. 



FLORENCE DORWARD, M.A 






ALICE M. GLOVER, Ph.D. 




A. CAROLLA HAGLUND, M.A.LS. 





VINCENT GANNON, M.A. 



D. FRANCIS HARRIGAN, JR., B.S.Ed. 





VERA HEMENWAY, M.A. 



RUTH R. HERRING, M.A. 





AGNES HORNBY, M.S 



JOAN E. HORRIGAN, A.M.T. 




EMMA A. HUNT, M.A. 




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DANA N. JOST, Ph.D. 




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MARION M. MACDONALD, M.A. 






MARIE P. MAHONEY, M.A. 



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ANNE M. MACKEY, Ed.D. 




DEBORAH M. RUSSELL, M.A. 




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MIRIAM A. RILEY, M.A. 







JAMES P. SAVAS, M.A. 



ELMER SALENIUS, Ph.D. 




MARJORIE SPARROW, M.A. 





BARBARA W. SCULLANE, M.Ed. 





MARGARET A. SCULLY, M.A. 



ADA M. SHAWKEY, M.Litt. 




BERNICE N. TAYLOR, M.A. 




STUART B. FOSTER, Ph.D. 



WISDOM, HUMOR, WIT, PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING ARE BUT A FEW OF THE 
QUALITIES OF THIS MAN WHO HAS ENDEARED HIMSELF TO HIS STUDENTS. HE HAS 

SET HIGH STANDARDS FOR US; HE HAS BEEN A WILLING ADVISOR AND A CONSTANT 
FRIEND. 

WE ARE SADDENED TO THINK THAT HE HAS CHOSEN TO RETIRE, BUT WE SHALL 

BE EVER GRATEFUL FOR THE EXTENT OF HIS INFLUENCE AND FOR THE GOOD WHICH HE 
HAS ACCOMPLISHED. 

FOR ALL THIS AND MORE, THIS CLASS JOINS THE MANY OTHERS WHO HAVE GONE 
BEFORE US TO SAY, 



THANK YOU, DOCTOR FOSTER! 





MISS MARY STAPLETON, PRINCIPAL 



JONATHAN MAYNARD TRAINING SCHOOL 




FACULTY — A. Spellman, R. Clark, M. Bond, R. Ward, E. Wells. M. Caunt, 
M. Marshall. 




FACULTY — I. Carboneau, M. Hoffman, A. Bruno, M. Donahue, A. Scipione, 
E. Purcell, M. Dwyer, C. Haggerty. 



Classroom scene 



LEARNING TO LIVE AND WORK 



TOGETHER, SHARING GOOD TIMES 



AND RESPONSIBILITIES, WE GROW IN 



AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING 



OF OTHERS. 





HORACE MANN OFFICERS — N. Coyne, F. Ahern, P. Brown, N. Sullivan. 





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Vocational House 



Miss Bray at the Voc House 



A senior explains 





CROCKER HALL OFFICERS — C. Dube, 
C. Bousquet, M. Doyle, N. Fitzgerald. 



PEIRCE HALL OFFICERS — B. Stable, 
F. MacDonald, D. Murphy, L. Lynch. 




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MISS HARDING 




MR. REEVES 





Kitchen Staff 




OFFICE STAFF — 
M. Buckley 
J. Mallar 
B. Eaton 
M. Fair 




THROUGH ASSOCIATION IN GROUP 



PROJECTS AND RECREATION, 



THROUGH WORK IN PLANNING AND 



CARRYING OUT SOCIAL ACTIVITIES, 



WE HAVE BECOME MORE RESPON- 



SIBLE IN OUR DUTIES AND MORE 



CONSIDERATE IN OUR ATTITUDES. 




SCA COUNCIL — J. Farley, P. Hood, M. O'Brien, 
G. Aspesi, A. Teehan, M. Callahan, B. J. Graham, 
S. Barros, B. Britt, M. Reid, B. Turner, L. Westfal 
L. Keefe. 




CLASS AND CLUB COUNCIL — K. Hickey, 
T. Mesquita, A. Teehan, M. J. Doyle, 
M. O'Keefe, B. Keeler, M. Callahan, 
M. Hamilton, M. Foley, C. Safford, 
M. Mahoney. 




STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 

Learning and practising democratic procedures, 
judicial, legislative and executive, the SCA 
reaches each student. 



BETTY-JO GRAHAM, PRESIDENT 




SYLVIA BARROS, 3RD VICE PRESIDENT 



MARIA O'BRIEN, N.S.A. DELEGATE 





OFFICERS — M. Fahey, C. Mello, L Marinacci. 




Christmas party 



A. C. E. I. 

Reaching out to help others and to share 
the ideas of our national organization and 
other childhood associations, we grow in 
wisdom, we broaden our outlook, we clarify 
our professional goals. 






OFFICERS — E. deBettencourt, C. Bousquet, M. J. Doyle, C. Brown. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Imparting knowledge about the Home Economics pro- 
fession, bringing association with a national organization, 
this club stimulates professional development. 



Bridal show 






OFFICERS — K. O'Brien, J. Denham, J. Barrett, 
J. Hitchcock. 



Christmas pageant 



HILLTOP PLAYERS 

As our appreciations expand and 
increase and our abilities in acting 
and technical production develop, 
we realize that the satisfaction of 
a successful dramatic presentation 
comes from giving pleasure and 
enjoyment to others. 





Behind the scenes 






OFFICERS — J. Scott, P. Tierney. 



COMMUTERS 



Working to promote interest among commuters in campus 
activities and dealing with special problems of the 
commuting students in relation to campus life, this club 
thereby effects better relations between commuting and 
dormitory students. 



A gay whirl 




Christmas banquet 





ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Development of the whole per- 
son cannot be achieved in the 
classroom only, and it is the 
AA which offers a wide range 
of physical exercise and activity. 



OFFICERS — A. Sullivan, Miss Taylor, M. Foley, A. Looney, R. Keating. 



Sports spectators 





CHOIR — E. deBettencourt, J. Heron, J. Piantedosi, M. Nelson, S. Knowlton, 
D. Murphy, S. Secord, L. Rubin, B. Pierce, C. Dennehy, E. Hilyard, J. Richardson, 
T. Mesquita, pianist, M. Savas, director. 



MUSICAL CLUBS 

Our experiences in vocal and instrumental 
music teach us that true joy and worth- 
while accomplishment come from working 
together cooperatively. 




OFFICERS — T. Mesquita, S. Montalbano, K. O'Brien, 
J. Richardson. 







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STUNT NIGHT 



Juniors 





Sophomores 




Seniors 



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DR. FOSTER AND MISS HORRIGAN 



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DINING ROOM COUNCIL 

This Council is established to main- 
tain order and a pleasant atmos- 
phere conducive to gracious dining 
for all dormitory students. 



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DINING ROOM COUNCIL CHAIRMAN — 

J. Piantedosi 



HONOR COUNCIL 

This Council has made an out- 
standing contribution in establish- 
ing a code of honor for every girl 
in the college. 



HONOR COUNCIL — N. Sullivan, B. Stable, L Marinacci, M. Johnson, M. Nelson, M. Beksha, 
K. Magnani, F. Mongeon, B. Harris, M. Reid. 




INTERDORM COUNCIL AND 
RED CROSS 

Within these two groups, good 
citizens, both leaders and followers, 
in the community and on the 
campus, are developed. 



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INTERDORM 
COUNCIL — 
L. Lynch, 
P. Brown, 
P. Hood, 
J. Piantedosi, 
S. Campo, 
B. Harris. 



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RED CROSS CHAIRMAN— S. Hendriques 





A KEMPIS 

The Catholic students partici- 
pate in the Thomas A. Kempis 
Club to increase their knowl- 
edge of Catholicism and to make 
their lives more meaningful and 
effective. 




Winter forma 



Y. W. C. A. 

Worship, fellowship, and cooperative 
planning and work bring us new friend- 
ships, satisfying experiences, and a 
greater tolerance for and understanding 
of our fellowmen. 




OFFICERS — P. Milnes, A. Norton, M. L O'Brien, 
M. Hamilton, Miss Dorward. 



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GATEPOST 

The College Newspaper functions as a 
means of communication, an outlet for 
amateur journalists, and an example of 
cooperative effort. 




Staff at work 



STAFF — V. Campesi, P. Haley, L. Lynch, A. Clark, E. Hynes, P. Brown, M. Hamilton, M. Callahan, 
F. Ahern, S. Luckraft. 





STAFF — A. Norton, J. Peterson, P. Brown, T. Mesquita, B. Turner, J. Piantedosi, B. Britt, S. Luckraft, 
M. J. Doyle, P. Kenney, A. Lawlor, C. Safford. 



DIAL 

Through careful planning, developing and execu- 
tion of an idea, we use the skills we have acquired 
and the abilities we have developed at Framing- 
ham in a harmonious group effort. 





Staff working 





Volleyball 



Basketball 









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FRATECO WEEKEND 



Banquet 



Dance 




DISCOVERING EAGERLY NEW 



FRIENDSHIPS, NEW INTERESTS, AND 



NEW IDEAS, LEARNING TO FACE 



SUCCESSES AND DISAPPOINTMENTS 



REALISTICALLY, WE STRENGTHEN THE 



FOUNDATION UPON WHICH WE ARE 



BUILDING OUR LIVES. 




PRESIDENT 




MARY HAMILTON 

Senior class president, known for a 
keen sense of purpose and an alert 
mind. 



VICE-PRESIDENT 




MARY JOHNSON 

Mild tempered and gently, naturally 
agreeable, our proficient college 
treasurer. 



SECRETARY 




NANCY TREANOR 

Well-poised with the grace of a 
model, neat with a casual air, our 
Stunt Night "Venus." 



TREASURER 




DOROTHY A. GOODMAN 

Easy to know, a willing hair stylist, 
finds fun and fancy in life. 




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MRS. ALICE ABLONDI 

Quiet yet industrious, she combines 
an interest in her home with love for 
the college. 




FLORENCE AHERN 

Fun-loving and hard-working, with a 
charming gentle personality. 




MRS. RUTH ANDERSON 

A cheerful and friendly nature, will- 
ing and eager to lend a hand, con- 
tributes much to the college. 



JOAN ANTHONY 

Cheerful and congenial, her easy- 
going manner conceals a systematic 
mind. 




MARY ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG 

Stunning beauty, a keen mind, so- 
phistication and a nonchalant air. 




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JANET ARSENAULT 

Friendly, good-natured and co- 
operative, a dependable and 
thoughtful person. 





GLORIA ASPESI 

Wisdom, dignity, ability generously 
applied in co-operative endeavor 
make Gloria a competent leader 
and campus favorite. 



PATRICIA BAKER 

Wise, inquisitive, up-to-date, capa- 
ble and sociable, with a ready smile 
and an eagerness to please. 





SYLVIA BAKER 

A stimulating conversationalist, 
well-groomed, and companionable 
with bubbling laughter. 




SYLVIA BARROS 

A decided individualist and pro- 
crastinator who has mischievously 
twinkling eyes and the ability to do 
everything quickly and efficiently. 



BARBARA C. BELL 

Serenity, competence, reserve — 
qualities which bring rich gratifying 
life experiences. 





ALLENE BENGER 

A little girl with sparkling hair and 
stunning clothes, congenial and 
capable. 



MADELINE BOYCE 

A tiny girl with a big heart and the 
courage of her convictions, always 
ready for a hand of bridge. 





MARY FRANCES BOYLE 

Amazing academic ability hidden 
by unruffled reserve and smiling 
eyes. 



BARBARA BRADY 

A philosopher at heart, affable but 
sincere a stimulating conversation- 
alist. 





CATHERINE E. BRITT 

A typical student with a flair for 
Ivy-league fashion, Betty is capable, 
responsive and enthusiastic in any 
situation. 



PHYLLIS BROWN 

Perspicacious and alive to all she 
meets, warm-hearted and well-liked. 





BARBARA BULLOCK 

Serious with a smile, sincere, patient 
and happy in a long-distance 
romance. 




MARY ANN BUTLER 

A real lady, sweet and slight, with 
a voice as clear and high as a flute. 



MARY CALLAHAN 

A diligent worker, an excitable 
editor, she retains the enviable art 
of blushing easily. 





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SHIRLEY CAMPO 

Diminutive, kind, vivacious, an avid 
Holy Cross fan. 



CAMILLE A. CELI 

A generous nature, a gay wit, full 
of life and love for the out-of-doors. 





ARLENE CONROY 

With a happy disposition and a co- 
operative nature, Arlene is serious 
and unassuming. 



ELENA COSTA 

A sweet sympathetic and loyal 
friend who has long golden tresses 
and a ready smile. 





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NANCY COYNE 

Reticent, a prolific thinker, we 
read and surrounded by 



■friends. 



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MARGARET COXON 

A petite pixie whose wit mingled 
with honest sincerity wins her many 
■friends. 



ELLENORE P. CREAN 

A sultry voice, abounding rhythm, 
Ellie is capricious with tender emo- 
tions. 





GAIL CROSBY 

With a demure voice that belies a 
vibrant and active mind she is the 
epitome of grace and -femininity. 



CAROL CUSHING 

"Cush," fashionable, tall and 
stately, whose witty remarks are de- 
lightfully surprising. 





CAROL DEANE 

Competence, artistic talent, a spe- 
cial fondness for Cape Cod, a 
sympathetic and fun-loving nature. 





RUTH DELANEY 

Our own Irish colleen, "Ruthie," will 
be remembered for keen wit, self- 
assurance, obstinacy and forth Tight- 
ness. 



NANCY DESMOND 

Capable and reliable with beautiful 
curly locks, clear blue eyes, and a 
friendly gracious personality. 







PATRICIA DEVLIN 

Soft-spoken but firm, fond of danc- 
ing, distinctively attractive with 
keen dark eyes. 




STELLA DOUCET 

"Salli" to all, collegiate and tun- 
loving, with an infectious laugh and 
sparkling eyes. 





MARY JANE DOYLE 

A fastidious student, an efficient 
"Home Economist," whose voice is 
quiet and whose temper is even. 



LOUISE DRISCOLL 

Known by her mischievous eyes and 
red hair, a hostess to stranded "suit- 
case students." 




MARY LOU FAHEY 

A probing mind, steadfast and 
loyal to her friends and to Framing- 
ham, devoted to teaching. 





MIRIAM FOLEY 

A.A.'s very capable and conscien- 
tious president, "Mim" effervesces 
with sincere enthusiasm and school 
spirit. 



ELOISE FOLEY 

A bit of an imp with a contagious 

smile and whimsical ways which win 

friends. 




EVELYN FORMALARIE 

A careful worker and loyal com- 
muter with alert brown eyes and a 
warm friendly smile. 





MARY LOU FRANKENBERGER 

Judicious, efficient, amicable, al- 
ways on call when help is needed. 



BETTY-JO GRAHAM 

Competent, conscientious, accom- 
plished and attractive, "a go- 
getter." 




SYBIL GRANNUM 

Our modern dance star, pretty, 
friendly and warm with sparkling 
brown eyes and a contagious laugh. 







JANET A. HARDIMAN 

Expressive eyes betray her mature 
point of view, she is firm and serious 
in her convictions. 




ELIZABETH V. HARRIS 

Unruffled and unhurried, her reserve 

veils a warm heart. 





PATRICIA M. HOOD 

Business-like yet jovial, smart and 
sensible, a would-be bohemian. 



ELINOR C. HORRIGAN 

Eye-catching cuteness characterizes 
this perfectionist from whose search- 
ing mind come many questions. 



ELEANOR M. HYNES 

Diligent and dignified, always busy 
and bustling, a memorable party- 
giver. 





CLAIRE JANSE 

A friendly smile and attractive 
appearance enhanced by subtle wit 
and the rare ability to enjoy life to 
the utmost. 





FRANCES KANE 

Intellectual and interested in her 
studies, quiet and demure, an avid 
dietician. 



CAROLYN KAY 

Blonde and stately with a quiet smile 
denoting her assurance of life. 




MARY LOU KELLEHER 

Versatile and extremely capable, 
blessed with a bell-like voice and a 
stunning graceful appearance. 





ELAINE KELLEM 

Laughing and loquacious, always 
knitting, she does have her serious 
moments. 



M. PATRICIA KENNEY 

Ever cheerful and congenial, she 
accomplishes her tasks easily and 
perfectly. 





MARY LOU KILEY 

From a depth of character and pur- 
pose come good and timely advice 
tempered by subtle wit. 



ANNE C. LAWLOR 

A likeable carefree exterior, 
thoughtful and kind, possesses an 
up-to-date outlook on life. 




JEAN LIEBERG 

An all pervading appreciation of 
beauty, intelligence, charm and a 
deep sense of duty. 



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ANNE LOMBARD 

Calm, coo! and collected, a natural 
beauty, her deep voice adds depth 
to the choir. 



SANDRA LUCKRAFT 

Memorable for her indomitable wit, 
co-operative reliability and artistic 
talent. 



MARY BEATRICE LUTENDER 

Unassuming sincerity, athletic abil- 
ity, laughing eyes that denote a keen 
mind and optimistic outlook. 






LILLIAN LYNCH 

A genuine friend, a proficient chem- 
istry student, a lover of good 
parties. 



CONSTANCE MacDONALD 

She offers a ready wit and lasting 
friendship plus a rare ability to 
laugh at herself. 




MARY MADDEN 

"Works" for her education yet finds 
time to be fun-loving and carefree, 
an excellent cook. 




MARION MAHONEY 

Carefully casual, supplemented by 
striking blondness, a drama devotee. 




MARJORIE A. MAHONEY 

Our "spiritual advisor" with a con- 
genial charm who loves to listen and 
to be listened to. 




EDNA MANNOS 

Well-informed and interesting in 
conversation, a jazz and drama 
lover. 




MARY JANE McCAULEY 

An optimistic individual, energetic 
and ambitious, she steps into a se- 
cure future. 








ANNE McGOWAN 

"Kim" has a love for monogramed 
sweaters, a proclivity for neatness, a 
touch of sophistication. 



KATHERINE McLEAVEY 

Easy-going and friendly, thoughtful 
and kind with an active imagination. 





THERESA L MESQUITA 

Our very accomplished pianist, 
"Terry," is loved for her good humor 
and magnetic personality. 



ANNE MARIE MIELNICKI 

Courageous and convivial, humor- 
ous and witty in every word, sur- 
rounded by many admirers. 



PRISCILLA N. MILNES 

Qualities of loyalty, tenacity and 
industry merge with a deep religious 
faith and a sincere love of beauty. 




MARCIA MONAHAN 

An industrious seamstress, a hard- 
working "Mademoiselle" represent- 
ative, restless with wanderlust. 





CAROL A. MORAN 

Her dark eyes portray her interest 
in life, outwardly shy, inwardly 
warm and receptive to all. 




EILEEN MORAN 

A June bride-to-be, co-operative, 
pleasant, sincere, Lee is a diligent 
student. 




ELIZABETH E. NOONAN 

Tall, graceful, fashion-minded, al- 
ways laughing, skilled in the culi- 
nary arts. 





MARJORIE A. NOONAN 

Originality, reliability, twinkling 
blue eyes, and an infectious smile. 






ARLENE L NORTON 

Intelligent, easy-going, capable, a 
faithful friend with a lovely person- 
ality and an engaging manner. 




MRS. MARY O'BRIEN 

Her even disposition and relaxed 
charm make her a pleasure to know. 




FRANCES O'CONNELL 

Knowledge, creative imagination 
and initiative combined with 
thoughtfulness and a gentle, happy 
nature. 



PATRYCE O'NEILL 
A touch of sophistication, a casual 
carefree attitude, the ability to 
select and wear clothes well. 





JACQUELINE PETERSON 

Our unforgettable Egyptian mummy, 
sweet, loquacious, vivacious. 




JOHANN PIANTEDOSI 

Enthusiastic about "that summer in 
Europe," Jo is understanding yet 
candid and lively. 



VERA E. PLANTE 

Attractive and astute, resolute in 
her beliefs, memorable sticlc-to- 
itivity. 





MRS. HELEN QUARTON 

Thoughtful and gentle, persevering 
toward her goal of a college degree. 




JACQUELINE B. QUINN 

Extremely conscientious, capable 
and kind-hearted, a great love for 
the aesthetic and the antique. 




MICHAEL QUIRK 

Intelligent, understanding, and sin- 
cere with a vibrant personality and 
an unaffected manner. 




MARY ELIZABETH REID 

A prominent "4H-er," independent 
and resourceful, a generous friend. 




ELIZABETH RESTAINO 

Poised and gracious, possessing en- 
viable dark curls and laughing eyes, 
she is thoughtful and speaks wisely. 




CLAIRE ROWEAN 

A "suitcase student," excitable and 
sweet, she bubbles with laughter. 





MARY ST. GERMAINE 

A generous nature, industrious with 
time for pleasure, the owner of a 
lovable "Henry J." 



MARY RYAN 

With great vitality and a contagious 
giggle, Mary accomplishes what- 
ever she sets out to do. 




CONSTANCE F. SAFFORD 

Collegiate and careful, adroit and 
efficient in all her undertakings, 
Connie is generous and kind. 








MARY SARNO 

A local gal with an arresting voice 
who is sympathetic, easily excitable 
and good-natured. 



JEAN SCOTT 

Cherubic, happy-go-lucky, and cute 
with big brown eyes and an attrac- 
tive volubleness. 








JUDITH (Johnson) SEBASTIAN 


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Intelligent and efficient, a fashion- 




able dresser and a capable seam- 




stress. 









JEAN SHANNON 

An inimitable individual with such 
sparkling eyes, with a talent for 
making friends effortlessly . 






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BRENDA SHEA 

A symbol of dignity with a ready 
smile, serious in all her ventures. 




ROSEMARY SHEA 

Kind, sweet, unaffected, lovable for 
her ready smile and warm friend- 
ship . 





RHODA L SHEPPARD 

Quiet, kind, a faithful friend who is 
always willing to lend a helping 
hand. 



MYRNA H. SHORT 

A diminutive package of friendly 
spirit, with discriminating taste in 
clothes. 



CYNTHIA SIMPSON 

A sincere friend, "Cynni" has a 
wonderful sense of humor, artistic 
talent and athletic ability. 




SISTER MARY LUKE, s.m.s.m. 

A quiet, joyous, generous nature 
combined with serious-mindedness 
and directness of purpose. 





SISTER MARY NOELITA, s.m.s.m. 

Truly a philosopher at heart, our 
tiniest Sister with the biggest vo- 
cabulary and a cryptic sense of 
humor. 




SISTER MARY RITA, s.m.s.m. 

A winning sense of humor, a soft- 
spoken manner and a fondness for 
crafts and flutophone playing. 




SISTER MARY ROSALYN, s.m.s.m. 

A diligent student with a fine sense 
of humor deriving her greatest joy 
from working with little children. 





SISTER MARY RUTH, s.m.s.m. 

Gentle and kind, quietly giving the 
maximum of her high creative abili- 
ties to every project with wonderful 
results. 



CLAIRE SLACK 

Happy and easy-going, quick-witted 
and a talented musician. 




s 




ELIZABETH SLATTERY 

Clear-headed and astute, her irre- 
sistible smile reveals a sentimen- 
talist. 



BEVERLY STAHLE 

Sweet, sociable and eager to piease, 
intelligent and enthusiastic. 



MARGARET A. STANKARD 

Natural and unassuming, character- 
ized by her laughing eyes, Peggy 
always sees the humor in life. 




SUSANNE STERLING 

Sincere in her thoughts, yet she in- 
fects with gaiety those around her. 





ANNE J. TEEHAN 

Nonchalant and casual, very active 
on campus, her mind and hands 
adapted to crafts. 




PATRICIA E. TIERNEY 

With a rare combination of bright- 
ness and wit, Pat makes friends 
effortlessly and does any task com- 
petently. 






MRS. VASIUKI TRYPHONAS 

Blissfully marrried, accommodating 
and friendly, an exotic cook. 






BARBARA A. TURNER 



Vivacious and sparkling, spirited 
and creative, a would-be psycholo- 
gist. 




HELEN (Walkup) VARNEY 

Chic in appearance, cute with a 
contagious giggle, an efficient 
teacher and student. 



SARA A. WALKINSHAW 

Impetuosity, enthusiasm, high spirit 
all combined with musical talent 
and intellect. 





PATRICIA WILSON 

Open-hearted and well-liked, char- 
acterized by depth of character, Pat 
is neat and lady-like in all she does. 




CLASS HISTORY 

FOUR YEARS OF OUR LIVES. FOUR WONDER- 
FUL YEARS OF UNEXPECTED JOYS, OF OVER- 
COMING DISAPPOINTMENTS, OF MAKING 
NEW AND LASTING FRIENDSHIPS, OF HARD 
WORK AND GOOD TIMES. 

AS WE LOOK AROUND AT OURSELVES WE 
SEE MATURE, POISED AND QUALIFIED WOM- 
EN READY TO TAKE THEIR PLACE IN THE 
WORLD. WE WONDER AT THE CHANGE 
WHICH HAS TAKEN PLACE IN OURSELVES. 
AS FRESHMEN WE FOUND THAT OUR DREAMS AND EXPECTATIONS OF COLLEGE WERE ABOUT TO 
BECOME A REALITY. WE WERE ACTUALLY STARTING TO MOUNT THAT CHOSEN STAIRWAY WHICH 
WAS TO LEAD US TO NEW VOCATIONS AND RICHER LIVES. FACED WITH NEW AND DIFFERENT 
COURSES OF STUDY, TYPES OF EXPERIENCES AND PEOPLE WE HAD MANY DECISIONS TO MAKE. 
TIME FOR STUDY AS WELL AS FOR FUN BECAME MORE VALUABLE TO US. WE SAW THAT YEAR 
THOSE THINGS WHICH MAKE FRAMINGHAM UNIQUE. ITS BUSY FRATEACO WEEKEND, ORIGINAL 
STUNT NIGHT, BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AND IMPRESSIVE MAY DAY WERE ALL PA- 
RADED BEFORE US. THEN EARLY IN SPRING WE TREATED OUR FATHERS TO A SUCCESSFUL DAD- 
DAUGHTER DAY. WITH FINAL EXAMS WE BECAME MORE A PART OF THE COLLEGE. WE FOUND 
OURSELVES FACED WITH MORE DECISIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES THAN EVER BEFORE. WE MADE 
THE DECISIONS, ACCEPTED THE RESPONSIBILITIES AND IN THE PROCESS BEGAN TO FIND OURSELVES 
AND TO UNDERSTAND OTHERS BETTER. 

WITH SEPTEMBER OF 1954, WE RETURNED TO THE CAMPUS AFTER FUN-FILLED SUMMERS READY TO 
CONTINUE ON THE STAIRWAY TO JUNE, 1957. WE FELT MORE SECURE AS WE SETTLED DOWN TO 
WORK IN OUR SOPHOMORE YEAR. 

WITH THE FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE HIKE WE 
GREETED THE CLASS OF 1958 AND REALIZED 
THE GREAT CHANGE THAT ONE YEAR CAN 
BRING. IN A UNITED EFFORT WE PRESENTED 
THE MOST STIRRING AND BEAUTIFUL MAY 
DAY POSSIBLE. OUR TRIBUTE TO THE UNITED 
STATES SERVED A DUAL PURPOSE, EXPLICITLY 
TO CONTRIBUTE OUR PART TO THE FRAM- 
INGHAM TRADITION, AND IMPLICITLY TO 
MAKE US REALIZE HOW MUCH CAN BE 
ACCOMPLISHED WHEN ONE CLASS WORKS 
CO-OPERATIVELY. 





OUR JUNIOR YEAR BROUGHT SOME 
CHANGES TO OUR CLASS. VOCATIONAL 
GOALS LOOMED IN FRONT OF US AND BE- 
CAME REALITIES AS EACH OF US ENTERED 
THE CLASSROOM AS A STUDENT-TEACHER, 
THE FIRST TIME BEHIND THE DESK. HERE WE 
BEGAN TO SEE HOW IMPORTANT OUR STUDIES 
HAD BEEN. THIS YEAR WAS NOT ALL WORK, 
HOWEVER, AND THE GAIETY OF JUNIOR 
INFORMAL AND JUNIOR WEEKEND LENT 

SPARKLE AND EXCITEMENT TO THE YEAR. THEN, AS WE WORE OUR CLASS RINGS FOR THE FIRST 
TIME, WE KNEW THAT WE WERE ACCEPTING A RESPONSIBILITY; WE HAD WORKED AND STUDIED 
HARD, AND THESE RINGS BECAME A REAL SYMBOL OF OUR LOVE FOR FRAMINGHAM. 

COULD IT BE POSSIBLE THAT WE REALLY WERE SENIORS? WERE WE ACTUALLY MOUNTING THAT 
UPPERMOST STEP IN OUR STAIRWAY? FOR MANY OF US THE REALIZATION DIDN'T COME UNTIL 
WE DONNED OUR CAPS AND GOWNS FOR OUR INVESTITURE CHAPEL. THE SLOW AND STATELY 
PROCESSION INTO OUR NEW AUDITORIUM SERVED AS A MOMENT FOR RECOLLECTION AND FOR 
DETERMINATION OF OUR PLAN FOR THE SENIOR YEAR. THERE WAS STILL TIME TO MAKE THE 
MOST OF WHAT FOR MANY OF US WOULD BE OUR LAST YEAR OF FORMAL EDUCATION. MORE 
WAS EXPECTED OF US AS SENIORS, AND WE DISCOVERED THAT WE COULD WRITE SATISFACTORY 
TERM PAPERS AND COMPLETE LONGER ASSIGNMENTS FASTER. WITH THE SPRING WE MET THE 
ACTIVITIES OF COMMENCEMENT WITH MIXED EMOTIONS. FINALLY WE WERE READY TO LEAVE 

FRAMINGHAM AND TO GO ON TO GREATER 
RESPONSIBILITY AND MORE INDEPENDENCE, 
TO NEW VOCATIONS AND TO FURTHER 
STUDY. BUT WE KNEW THAT NO MATTER 
WHERE WE SHOULD GO OR WHAT WE 
SHOULD DO, WE WOULD ALWAYS REMEM- 
BER FRAMINGHAM AND ALL THAT IT HAD 
GIVEN TO US AND ALL THAT IT HAD MADE 
POSSIBLE FOR US IN JUST FOUR SHORT YEARS. 



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Maypole dance 



ACTIVITIES 



May Day queen and court 





The minstrels 




The Charleston lasses 




Mr. Savas at Field Day 




Senior-faculty tea to the freshmen 




Investiture chapel 



Farewell party to Dr. Newell 





MAKING NEW AND LASTING FRIEND- 



SHIPS, GIVING AND RECEIVING IN 



WORK AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES, WE 



DEVELOP SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS, 



BROADER INTERESTS, AND NEW SKILLS 



AND ABILITIES. 




A. Leone, M. L. O'Brien, N. Farrow, J. Hitchcock, B. Crockett, B. Kachadorian, T. Reen, S. Weaver, R. Capodanno, C. Dube, 
J. Blanchard, J. Haley, J. Denham, M. O'Brien, B. Lane, C. Bousquet, M. Doyle, M. Reidy, D. MacRae, A. Krebs, M. MacDonald, 
C. Brown, P. Skudlark, E. Poremski, T. Montminy, P. Reiniche, M. Hamilton, M. Nelson. 



JUNIORS 



J. Cahill, J. Richardson, S. Knowlton, P. Burke, J. Hamlett, J. Clark, B. Frost, E. McDevitt, P. MacGinnes, B. Summers, J. Danahy, 
J. Wilkey, R. Warren, A. Battaglia, B. Sleczkowski, S. Montalbano, C. Kenna, C. Slatkavitz, C. Murphy, J. McLaughlin, 
H. Maloney, M. L. Donnelly, L. Holmes, A. M. Looney, M. Morgan. 





C. Slatlcavitz, A. Sullivan, L Burn, L. Fowler, P. Shanahan, S. Henriques, E. Dreher, C. Murphy, L. Holmes, J. Higgins, 
J. McLaughlin, F. Coughlin, K. Manaclcas, S. Montalbano, J. Doull, B. Curley, J. Rooney, C. Leonard, H. Merrill, A. M. Looney, 
V. Ellis, W. Walsh, J. Willtie, H. Guthrie, M. L. Donnelly, J. Dseclowitz, U. Uebel, J. Lyons, N. Ciampa, L. Westfall. 



D. Cioffi, H. Carlson, J. Lafford, J. Cahill, B. Sleczkowski, C. Mello, D. Murphy, A. Battaglia, B. Saltman, J. Hamblet, S. Knowlton, 
L. Rubin, A. Smith, J. Richardson, B. Frost, A. Carney, J. White, P. Daley, C. Nanatonis, J. Danahy, J. Clark, A. Cardoza. 





R. Cooney, B. Rodriques, M. Dwyer, M. Surette, M. Flanaghan, J. Dahart, V. McDonnell, J. Schneider, J. Griffin, M. McGinnis, 
A. M. Kenney, M. O'Keefe, P. Fowler, M. Quirk, V. Wie-nan, R. Lynch, M. Bernhardt, C. White, J. Volpe, P. Knowland, 
E. Robinson, P. Jengo, E. O'Neill, J. Allen, K. O'Brien, B. Ballou, A. Clifford, P. Fahey, M. O'Brien, N. Dexter. 



SOPHOMORES 



M. Mellody, N. Couch, A. Clancy, A. Johnson, L. Valalcis, N. Cooney, E. Healy, E. Hilyard, E. Dowling, M. E. Carignan, 
P. Ricci, J. LaJauci, J. Long, T. O'Connell, E. Dreyer, M. Cuneo, S. Deneen, M. Shea, M. Winslow, S. McDonnough, B. Syimanski, 
E. Rooney, F. MacDonald, J. Fleming, M. Sheehy, J. Tier, M. Daly, J. Lynch, M. Galvin, C. Roach, G. Cooper, M. Gorman. 








P. Allen, G. McGurren, N. Thomas, V. Baldi, J. DesRoches, E. McGuinness, A. McGinley, C. Dame, E. deBettencourt, M. B. Hayes, 
J. O'Connor, J. Farley, K. Kerls, D. Bernier, N. Gustavason, P. Erat, J. Laing, C. Quinn, F. lacaboni, B. Hull, V. Edson, J. Bussey, 
R. Keating, A. Kozocas, E. Ferris, H. Kelley, B. Frost, J. Kenney. 




P. Stevens, M. Moynihan, M. Shapiro, C. Paul, S. Galavotti, C. Cheney, V. Carroll, W. Dennis, N. Anderson, V. Vodoklys, 
N. Linfield, S. Nazarian, B. Colacey, J. Hendshee, L. Hitchcock, L. Graves, E. Headberg, B. Empey, K. Hetherington, E. Daniels, 

C. Hickey, D. Goodlatte, C. Curran, R. Bianchi, K. Griffin, J. Pain, J. Shea, P. Driscoll, S. Ginsberg, J. Hamilton, P. Tivnan, 
K. Magnani, L. Cepurneek, J. Tillman, B. Shaw, J. Green, W. Hoskins, L. Boni, M. Fleming, M. Fitzgerald, S. Black, K. Parsons, 

D. Zophin, B. Chandler, E. Hearne, M. Weinfield. 



FRESHMEN 



K. Waters, B. White, J. Luippold, E. Bailey, M. Waldron, M. Jacobs, J. Shapiro, C. Ryan, V. Dias, L. Anderson, R. Fisher, 
vl. Mills, A. Calcrese, M. McKelvey, R. Barry, A. Longley, L. Keefe, S. Dixson, C. Booker, E. Cohen, J. Money, B. Sullivan, 
vl. Healey, S. Secord, J. Brownell, S. Hosmer, A. Morgan, N. Shaffman, K. LaFontaine, E. Johnson, M. Merritt. 





S. Maloney, J. Hourihan, J. Cowhlg, M. Lannigan, N. Flynn, S. LeClaire, A. Shean, J. Waite, J. MacNamara, J. DeBattista, 
T. Grignoffini, M. Buckley, N. Sullivan, M. Cronin, E. Wetlz, M. Hindlian, L. Chevoor, B. Stone, J. Miller, J. Chisholm, J. Heron, 
J. Colpitis, M. Fitzpatrick, F. Gallagher, A. Haley, A. Craig, B. Novitshi, P. Dowling, J. Canti, N. Bolduc, S. Gittleman, 
M. Driscoll, E. Brown, A. Bowen, J. Gawey. 



E. Nickles, A. Folsom, S. Curtin, M. C. Gerrits, B. Crisci, N. Hayden, J. Blanchard, J. Suffretti, R. Crooks, A. Head, D. Santero, 
S. Makepeace, N. Fitzgerald, E. Shea, E. Hayes, J. Kiley, B. Odiorne, S. Carey, J. Curtis, J. Cowell, M. Looney, M. Beksha, 
C. Benson, J. La Vallee, J. Dalton, D. Dwyer, P. Pierce, B. Rouleau. 





JUNIOR OFFICERS — V. Campisi, B. Keeler, K. Manakas, P. Haley. 




Faculty get acquainted 




FRESHMEN OFFICERS — N. Flynn, A. Folsom, K. Hickey, 
M. Moynihan. 




Studious freshmen 




Guests in the living room 



First Christmas banquet 





DIRECTORY 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ABLONDI, ALICE 
AHERN, FLORENCE M. 



ANDERSON, RUTH D. 
ANTHONY, JOAN M. 

ARMSTRONG, MARY E. 

ARSENAULT, JANET M. 
ASPESI, GLORIA M. 



BAKER, PATRICIA H. 
BAKER, SYLVIA M. 

BARROS, SYLVIA 
BELL, BARBARA C. 

BENGER, ALLENE L. 
BOYCE, MADELINE M. 



Vocational 102 Warren Road, Framingham 

Graduate of Framingham Normal School. 

Elementary 49 Martin Street, West Roxbury 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Board 3; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Commuters' I; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Horace Mann Hall 
Vice-President 4; Gate Post 3, Make-up Editor 4; 
May Day Dance Co-chairman 2; Chairman Senior 
Investiture Chapel 4; Student Lounge Administra- 
tive Committee 4. 



Home Economics 
H. Ec. I, 2,3,4. 



36 Thomas Road, Wellesley 



Home Economics 17 Moulton Street, Charlestown 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' 
1.2; H. Ec. 1, 2,3,4. 

Elementary East Main Street, Southboro 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; A.A. I, 3; 
Hilltop 3; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; 
May Day Court 2. 

Elementary 62 Hammond Street, Waltham 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I; A.C.E. I; Commuters' 
I, 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 2. 

Elementary Turnpike Road, Fayville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 
Vice-President 3; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Co-chair- 
man Christmas Banquet 3, Chairman Dance Pub- 
licity 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 3, Treasurer 4; 
Black Knight Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Co-chairman 
Sophomore Record Hop; Chairman of Hospitality 
for Junior Informal; Campus Improvement Com- 
mittee 3; National Student Association Committee 
2; Honor Council 3; W.A.A. Conference Delegate 
2,3. 



Elementary 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I 



21 Bennett Street, Hudson 
4; Glee Club 4; Commuters' 
2, 3, 4; Science 2, 3. 



Elementary 83 Browne Street, Brookline 

A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop I, 2; Commuters' I, 2, 
3, 4; Junior Informal Committee 3; Transfer from 
University of Massachusetts. 

Elementary 164 Macomber Street. New Bedford 
A Kempis I, 2; A.A. I, 2; A.C.E. 3, 4; Mart Chair- 
man 4; S.C.A. Third Vice-President 4. 

Elementary 26 Sunset Road, Gardner 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Science 2; S.C.A. 4; Inter-Dorm 
Council 3; Judiciary Board 3, Secretary 4; Stunt 
Night Committees 2, 3. 

Elementary 379 Linden Street, Holyoke 

Y.W.C.A. I, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 4; 
Gate Post 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 2. 

Elementary 16 Lake Street, Arlington 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Commuters' I, 2. 
3: A.C.E. 4. 



BOYLE, MARY F. 



BRADY, BARBARA A. 



BRITT, CATHERINE E. 



BROWN, E. PHYLLIS 



BULLOCK, BARBARA E. 



BUTLER, MARY A. 



CALLAHAN, MARY T. 



CAMPO, SHIRLEY 



CELI, CAMILLE A. 



CONRY, ARLENE B. 



COSTA, ELENA A. 




Home Economics 87 Main Street, Hopkinton 

A Kempis I; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 
4; May Day Committee 2. 

Elementary 640 Boston Post Road, Marlboro 

A.A. I; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I; Student 
Advisor 3, 4; May Day Committee 2. 

Home Economics 738 Main Street, Shrewsbury 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 4; Hilltop I; H. Ec. 
I, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3, State Secretary 3; Gate 
Post 3, 4; Dial Literary Editor 4; S.C.A. 3, 4, 
Assembly Chairman 3, Secretary 4; N.S.A. Com- 
mittee 2, Chairman 3; Student Advisor 3, 4; 
Frateaco Hockey I; Co-chairman Sophomore-Fresh- 
man Hike 2; Chapel and Assembly Committee 2; 
Co-chairman S.C.A. Orchestra Committee 2, 3; 
Ex. Secretary Massachusetts State Teachers College 
Conference 4. 

Elementary 559 Park Street, Attleboro 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4, 
Program Chairman 4; President of Horace Mann 
Hall 4; Gate Post I, 2, 3, 4; Dial Executive Secre- 
tary 4; Inter-Dorm Council 4; Co-chairman Cap and 
Gown Committee 4; Student Advisor 4; General 
Chairman Gate Post Dance 3. 

Home Economics 39 Dunbar Street, Canton 

Y.W.C.A. I; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop I; H. Ec. 
I, 2, 3, 4, Board 4; May Day Committee 2; Chapel 
and Assembly Committee 3. 

Elementary 37 Pond Street, Framingham 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Musical Clubs Vice-President 
I, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, Organist 2, 3, 4; 
A.C.E. 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Banquet Commit- 
tee 2, Secretary 3. 

Home Economics 15 Thompson Lane, Milton 

A Kempis I, 2, 3. 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop 2, 3; 
H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post 2, 3, Editor 4; May 
Day Choral Narrator 2; Frateaco Banquet Chair- 
man 3; Library Council 2; S.C.A. 4; Freshman Hand- 
book Committee 2, 3; Publicity Committee 3. 

Elementary 

515 Montauk Avenue, New London, Connecticut 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Board 3; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 
I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post 3, 4; Village Representative 
on Inter-Dorm Council 4; Student Lounge Ad- 
ministrative Committee 4; May Day Committee 2. 

Elementary 120 Lewis Road, Belmont 

A Kempis 2, 3, 4; A.A. 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; 

Science 2, 3; Frateaco Field Hockey 2, 3, Captain 
4; Transfer from Boston University. 

Elementary 15 Auburn Place, Brookline 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Informal Com- 
mittee 3; Frateaco Hockey I, 3, Basketball 2. 

Elementary Cedar Street, Millis 

A.A. I; Glee Club 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 4; Commuters' 
I, 2, 3, 4, Decorations Committee 3; Stunt Night 
Committee 3. J 



"Mi I-: 




COXON, MARGARET J. 



COYNE, NANCY E. 



CREAN, ELLENORE P. 



CROSBY, V. GAIL 



CUSHING, CAROL J. 



DEANE, CAROL A. 



DELANEY, RUTH G. 



DESMOND, NANCY A. 



DEVLIN, PATRICIA M. 



DOUCET, STELLA M. 



DOYLE, MARY JANE 



DRISCOLL, LOUISE T. 



FAHEY, MARY L 



Elementary 62 Newton Street, Marlboro 

Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop I; Com- 
muters' I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Science 2, 3. 

Home Economics 7 Beecher Street, Jamaica Plain 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club Delegate 3, 
Vice-President 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Horace Mann Hall Treasurer 4; 
Gate Post 2, 3; Benevolence Chairman 3, 4; Chair- 
man May Day Refreshment Committee 2. 

Home Economics 53 Stearns Street, Newton Centre 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1,2; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Commuters' I ; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3; Student 
Advisor 2; Co-chairman Freshman Initiation and 
Freshman Court 4; Chapel and Assembly Commit- 
tee 2. 

Home Economics 353 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville 
Y.W.C.A. 4; Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' 4; 
H. Ec. I, 2, 4; Library Council I, 3; Chairman May 
Day Flower Committee 2; May Day Queen 2. 

Elementary Maynard Road, Sudbury 

Y.W.C.A. 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 
4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 2. 

Elementary 49 Edgewood Road, Cochituate 

Y.W.C.A. 4; Commuters' 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4; Chapel 
and Assembly Committee 3; Transfer from Boston 
University. 

Elementary 186 Cherry Street, West Newton 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop I; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' I, 3, 4; Science 2, 3; 
Chairman Stunt Night Committee 2. 

Elementary I I Pearl Street, Belmont 

A Kempis I, 4; A.A. I; Commuters' I, 4; A.C.E. 
I, 4; May Day Committees 2. 

Elementary 9 Sharon Street, Waltham 

A Kempis I, 4; A.A. I, 4; Glee Club 4; Com- 
muters' 1,2,3, 4. 

Elementary 35 Charles Street, Waltham 

A Kempis I, 2, 4; Commuters' I, 4; A.C.E. I, 4; 
May Day Committees 2. 

Home Economics 29 Westland Street, Worcester 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, 
Board I, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; 
Class Vice-President I; Crocker Hall Treasurer 3; 
Dial Business Manager 4; May Day Co-chairman 2; 
Co-chairman S.C.A. Dance 2, 3; N.S.A. Committee 
I, 2; Dining Room Council 2, 3. 

Home Economics 74 Harriet Street, Brighton 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3; H. Ec. 
I. 2, 3, 4. 

Elementary 202 Blue Hills Parkway, Milton 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 3, 4, Board 3; Glee 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Chairman May Day Costumes Committee 2; Chair- 
man Stunt Night Costume Committee 3. 



FOLEY, ELOISE M. 
FOLEY, MIRIAM R. 

FORMALARIE, EVELYN J. 



FRANKENBERGER, 
MARY LOUISE 



GOODMAN, DOROTHY A. 



GRAHAM, ELIZABETH J. 



GRANNUM, SYBIL A. 
HAMILTON, MARY G. 



HARDIMAN, JANET A. 



HARRIS, ELIZABETH V. 



HOOD, PATRICIA M. 



Home Economics 42 Boston Avenue, West Medford 
A Kempis I, 2, 4; Hilltop I; H. Ec. I, 2, 4. 

Elementary 70 Princeton Road, Arlington 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4, Board 4; Secretary 
C.C.C. 4; Black Knight Cheerleader 2, Captain 3; 
Student Advisor 4. 



Elsworth Road, West Newton 
A.A. I, 2, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 



Elementary 23 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4 
3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 4. 

Elementary 613 California Street, Newtonville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4; 
A.C.E. I; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Stunt Night 
Co-chairman 2; Co-chairman Junior Weekend 3; 
N.S.A. Committee 2. 

Elementary 174 Samoset Avenue, Hull 

A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Manager 3; Glee Club 3, 4; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Treasurer; Co-chair- 
man May Day Script Committee 2; Stunt Night 
Committee Chairman 3; Delegate New England 
Teacher Preparation Conference 4. 

Home Economics 74 Madison Street, Dedham 

A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; H. Ec. I, 2, 
3, 4; Chapel and Assembly Committee I; Honor 
Council I; Freshman Class President; N.S.A. Dele- 
gate 2; Gate Post I, 2, 3, 4; Personnel Committee 
3, 4; S.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; 
May Day Court 2; Spirit of Spring 3; Co-chairman 
Frateaco Weekend 3; Frateaco Basketball I, 3; 
Vice-Chairman New England Regional N.S.A. 4; 
Co-chairman For Massachusetts State Teachers Col- 
lege Conference 4; Nat. Ex. Comm. Delegate for 
N.S.A. 4. 

Elementary 2 Lorimer Place, Roxbury 

A.A. I, 4; Glee Club I; Commuters' I, 2; A.C.E. 4. 

Elementary 55 Cypress Street, Norwood 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Board 3; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Science 2, 3, President 2; Gate 
Post Typing Editor 2, 3, 4; Chapel and Assembly 
Committee 2; Faculty-Student Curriculum Com- 
mittee 4; Co-chairman Massachusetts State Teach- 
ers College Conference 4; S.C.A. 3; C.C.C. 4; 
Freshman Class Secretary; Sophomore Class Vice- 
President; Junior Class President; Senior Class 
President. 

Elementary 48 Caughey Street, Waltham 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3; 
A.C.E. I, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop Committee. 

Vocational 7 Norcross Street, Baldwinville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Chairman May Day Prop Committee 2; Honor 
Council Secretary 4; Inter-Dorm Council 4; Voca- 
tional House Student Assistant. 

Home Economics I 15 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 3, 4; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3; Inter-Dorm Council 2, Chairman 4; 
Chapel and Assembly Committee I; Frateaco 
Basketball I ; Faculty-Student Public Relations Com- 
mittee 3. 



HORRIGAN, ELINOR C. 



HYNES, ELEANOR M. 



JANSE, CLAIRE M. 
JOHNSON, MARY A. 

KANE, FRANCES R. 
KAY, CAROLYN L 

KELLEHER, MARY L. 

KELLEM, ELAINE H. 
KENNEY, M. PATRICIA 



KILEY, MARY L. 
LAWLOR, ANNE C. 

LIEBERG, JEAN A. 
LOMBARD, ANNE T. 



Home Economics 460 Crafts Street, West Newton 
A Kempis I, 4; A.A. I; Glee Club 1 , 2, 4; H. Ec. 
I, 4; Inter-Dorm Council 3; Student Advisor 3; 
Campus Improvement Committee 4; Chairman In- 
vestiture Chapel Program Committee 4; May Day 
Committee 2. 

Home Economics 28 Oriole Street, West Roxbury 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Hilltop I; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post Business 
Editor 4; May Day Choral Narrator; Co-chairman 
Junior Weekend 3; Crocker Hall Student Assistant 
4; Chairman Gate Post Dance 4; Chairman Senior- 
Faculty Reception to Freshmen 4; Delegate to 
American Home Economics Association 3; Stunt 
Night Chairman 4. 

Elementary 35 North Lane, Framingham Centre 

A.A. I; Glee Club 3, 4; Hilltop I; Commuters' I, 2, 
3, 4, Decoration Committee 3; A.C.E. I; Science 2. 

Home Economics 18 Lincoln Street, Natick 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' I, 2; H. Ec. I, 2, 
4; Senior Class Vice-President; Honor Council 2, 
3, 4; All College Bookkeeper 3, Treasurer 4; Chem. 
Lab Assistant 4. 

Home Economics 61 West Plain Street, Cochituate 
A Kempis I, 2; Commuters' I; H. Ec. I, 2, 4. 

Home Economics 5 Woodside Terrace, Auburn 
A.A. I; Commuters' I, 2; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Chapel 
and Assembly Committee 3. 

Elementary 7 Gorham Road, Belmont 

A Kempis 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Faculty- 
Student Public Relations Committee 2; Student 
Advisor 3. 

Home Economics 25 Day Street, Auburndale 

A.A. I, 2; Hilltop I, 2, 3, 4; H. Ec. I, 2, 4; Science 
3; Gate Post I, 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 2. 

Home Economics 

239 Bellevue Street, West Roxbury 
A Kempis I, 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 2; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dial Data Editor 4; Co-chairman May Day Script 
Committee 2; Junior Weekend Committee Co- 
chairman 3; Judiciary Board 4. 

Elementary 77 Bromfield Road, Somerville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 4; Commuters' I, 2; 
A.C.E. 4. 

Home Economics 104 Pond Street, Westwood 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; A.A. I; Hilltop 4; 
Commuters' I; H. Ec. 2, 4; Gate Post 3; Dial 
Business Manager 4; Transfer from Regis College. 

Elementary 33 Princess Road, West Newton 

Y.W.C.A. 4; A.A. 1 , 4; Commuters' 1 , 4; Science 4; 
Student Advisor 3, 4. 

Home Economics 30 Farley Avenue, Ipswich 

A Kempis I, 2, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 
3, 4; H. Ec. I, 2, 4. 



LUCKRAFT, SANDRA J. 



LUTENDER, MARY B. 



LYNCH, LILLIAN F. 



MacDONALD, CONSTANCE C. 



MADDEN, MARY C. 



MAHONEY, MARION A. 



MAHONEY, MARJORIE A. 



MANNOS, EDNA M. 



McCAULEY, MARY JANE 



McGOWAN, ANNE M. 



McLEAVEY, KATHERINE F. 



Elementary 85 Illinois Street, New Bedford 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Winter Formal Co-chairman 3, 
Chairman 4; A.A. I, 2; Hilltop I; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 
4, Christmas Party Committee Chairman 4; Horace 
Mann Hall Treasurer 3; Gate Post Art Editor 4; 
Dial Data Editor 4; May Day Committees 2; Co- 
chairman Cap and Gown Committee 4; Campus 
Christmas Decorations Committee 3; Co-chairman 
S.C.A. Dance Decorations Committee 3, 4; Chair- 
man Student Lounge Administration 4. 

Elementary Southville Road, Southville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' 
I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; A.C.E. I, 4; Black Knight 
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; Stunt Night Com- 
mittee Chairman 2; Co-chairman Commuters' 
Christmas Banquet; Honor Council 4. 

Home Economics 6 Belleflower Street, Dorchester 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop I, 2, 4; Commuters' 
I, 2; H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Peirce Hall President 4; 
Gate Post Proofreading Editor 4; Inter-Dorm 
Council 4; Chem. Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Chapel 
and Assembly Committee 3. 

Elementary 10 Marathon Avenue, Arlington 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 2, 3, 4; Commuters' I; 
A.C.E. 4; May Day Dance Committee 2. 

Home Economics 32 Belvidere Road, Framingham 
A Kempis I, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. 
I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post Advertising Editor 3; May 
Day Committee 2. 

Elementary 432 Allen Street, Springfield 

Transfer from Our Lady of the Elms; A Kempis 2, 
3, 4; A.A. 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4. 

Home Economics 143 Summer Street, Hingham 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; 
A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. I, 2, 4; Class Treasurer 
2; Student Council Class Representative I; Dinner 
Co-chairman 3; Interdorm 3; Frateaco Field 
Hockey I, 3, 4. 

Home Economics 134 University Road, Brookline 
Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 
3; Chairman Weekenders Club 3. 

Home Economics 191 Huron Avenue, Cambridge 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Hilltop I; Com- 
muters' 4; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Pierce Hall Secre- 
tary 2; May Day Committees 2; Frateaco Field 
Hockey I; Dining Room Council I, 2, 3. 

Elementary 21 Stacey Street, Natick 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 
3, 4; May Day Committee 2; Stunt Night Com- 
mittees 1 , 2. 

Elementary 36 Hawthorne Street, Somerville 

A Kempis I, 4; A.A. 4; Hilltop 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 4; 
Science Club 2, 3, Program 3; May Day Com- 
mittee 2. 



MESQUITA, THERESA L 



MIELNICKI, ANNE M. 
MILNES, PRISCILLA N. 



MONAHAN, MARCIA F. 



MORAN, CAROL A. 



MORAN, EILEEN L 



NOONAN, ELIZABETH E. 



NOONAN, MARJORIE A. 



NORTON, ARLENE L. 



O'BRIEN, MARY D. 



O'CONNELL FRANCES 



O'NEILL, PATRYCE M. 



Elementary 975 Rockdale Avenue, New Bedford 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 
4, Accompanist 2, 3, Secretary 3, President 4, Choir 
Accompanist 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Pierce Hall 
Secretary 3; Dial Business Editor 4; Interdorm 3; 
May Day Chairman Music and Dance 2; Stunt 
Night Co-chairman 3. 

Vocational 90 Main Street, Uxbridge 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. !, 2; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Freshman-Junior Party Committee 3. 

Elementary 77 Gardner Street, Groveland 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Treasurer 4; A.A. 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 2; 
Frateaco Gold Cheerleader I, 2, 3; Advisor to 
Freshman 4; Chapel and Assembly Committee 3. 

Home Economics 

315 Mount Vernon Street, Dedham 
Transfer from Immaculata Junior College; A 
Kempis 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. 2, 3, 4; Gatepost 4; 
Mademoiselle College Board 3, 4. 

Home Economics 

2227 Center Street, West Roxbury 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Commuters' 4; 
Home Ec. I, 2, 4; May Day Co-Chairman Class 
Song 2; Frateaco Field Hockey I; Chairman Or- 
chestras Committee Junior Weekend 3; Junior 
Prom Queen 3. 

Elementary 151 Winchester Street, Newton 

A Kempis I, 2; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop 3; Com- 
muters' I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Gatepost 4; 
Frateaco Basketball 2. 

Home Economics 

3 1 Crescent Street, West Bridgewater 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Refreshment Chairman 4; Crocker Hall President 
3; May Day Court 2. 

Elementary 46 Galen Street, Waltham 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Commuters' 
I, 3; A.C.E. 4; May Day Dance Committee 2; 
Frateaco Black Cheerleader 2. 

Elementary Pine Street, Edgartown 

Y.W.C.A. I. 2, 3. 4; Vice-President 4; A.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Dial Literary Co-Chairman 
4; May Day Chapel Speaker 2; Stunt Night Com- 
mittee 2; Advisor to Freshman 3. 

Home Economics 115 Humphrey Street, Lowell 

A Kempis 4; Home Economics 4. 

Elementary Barton Road, Stow 

Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; A.A. I, 4; Glee Club 4; Com- 
muters' 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2. 

Elementary 86 Palfrey Road, Belmont 

A Kempis I, 3, 4; A.A. I; Commuters' I, 4; A.C.E. 
I, 2, 3, 4; May Day Committees 2. 



PETERSON, JACQUELINE A. 



PIANTEDOSI, JOHANN 



PLANT, VERA E. 
QUARTON, HELEN R. 
QUICK, MICHAEL A. 

QUINN, JACQUELINE B. 
REID, MARY E. 



RESTAINO, ELIZABETH A. 



ROWEAN, CLAIRE M. 



RYAN, MARY C. 



SAFFORD, CONSTANCE F. 



SARNO, MARY M. 



SCOTT, JEAN 



Elementary 434 Concord Street, Framingham 

A Kempis 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; 
Hilltop I, 2; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I; 
Dial Art Editor 4; May Day Committee 2; Stunt 
Night Committee 2. 

Elementary 9 Sias Avenue, Shrewsbury 

A Kempis 2, 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 
Board 3; Dial Photography Editor 4; Student 
Council Association Red Cross Representative 3; 
Chairman Dining Room Council 4; Co-Chairman 
May Day 2; Co-Chairman Freshman Initiation and 
Court 4. 

Vocational 1964 Pleasant Street, Fall River 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4. 

Home Economics Main Street, Southboro 

Graduate of Framingham Normal School. 

Elementary 44 School Street, Saxonville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Commuters' 

1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; A.C.E. 4; Home Ec. I. 

Elementary 542 Chestnut Street, Waban 

A.A. I, 2; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Science Club 2; Gatepost 2; May Day Commit- 
tees 2. 

Vocational 7 Waltham Road, Wayland 

Y.W.C.A. I; A Kempis 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, Square 
Dancing Manager 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Class 
Rep I, Secretary 2, Honor Council Chairman 4; 
May Day Committee 2, Choral Narrator 2; Fra- 
teaco Talent Show 3, 4; Student Faculty Cur- 
riculum Committee 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; Chair- 
man C.C.C. Dinner I ; Chairman Food and Lodg- 
ing for S.T.S.G.C. 4. 

Home Economics 41 Waverly Street, Belmont 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 

2, 3, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4. 

Home Economics 342 Temple Street, West Roxbury 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3; Home Ec. I, 2, 

3, 4; May Day Committee 2. 

Elementary 86 Norwood Avenue, Newtonville 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters' I, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; A.C.E. I; May Day Committee 2. 

Vocational 5 Oak Ridge Way, Shrewsbury 

Y.W.C.A. I, Board 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Home 
Ec. I, 2, Co-Chairman of Dad-Daughter Day 3, 4; 
Dial Editor 4; May Day Court 2, Co-Chairman 
May Day Dance 2; Frateaco Hockey I. 

Elementary 530 Waverly Street, Framingham 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Communters 

1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night Committee I, 2; Library 
Council 3. 

Elementary 129 Lexington Street, Watertown 

Y.W.C.A. I, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters I, 

2, 3, Treasurer 4; A.C.E. I, 4. 



SEBASTIAN, 
JUDITH JOHNSON 



SHANNON, JEAN M. 



SHEA, BRENDA S. 



SHEA, ROSEMARY C. 



SHEPPARD, RHODA L 



SHORT, MYRNA H. 



SIMPSON, CYNTHIA E. 



SISTER MARY LUKE, s.m.s.m. 



SISTER MARY NOELITA, s.m.s.m. 



SISTER MARY RITA, s.m.s.m. 



SISTER MARY ROSALYN, 
s.m.s.m. 



SISTER MARY RUTH, s.m.s.m. 



SLACK, CLAIRE F. 



SLATTERY, ELIZABETH A. 



SONNENBURG, REINE 



Elementary Pelham Avenue, Framingham 

A.A. I, 2, Board 3, 4; Hilltop I, 2, Properties 3, 4; 
Commuters 4; Frateaco Gold Basketball I, 3; 
Co-Chairman of Weekend Club 3. 

Elementary I Byron Street, Worcester 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; A.C.E. 
2, 3, 4; Home Ec. I; Pierce Hall Treasurer 3; May 
Day Court 2; May Pole Chairman 2. 

Home Economics 

572 Dedham Street, Newton Center 
A Kempis I, 2, 3; A.A. I, 2; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; 
Frateaco Field Hockey I. 

Elementary 221 Common Street, Watertown 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I; Commuters I, 2, 3, 4; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3; May Day Committee 2. 

Elementary 13 Woodland Street, Everett 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3; A.A. I, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; A.C.E. I, 2; Science Club 2. 

Home Economics 64 Everett Street, Arlington 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Hilltop I, 4; Home 
Ec. I, 2, 3, 4. 

Elementary 253 Union Street, Millis 

Y.W.C.A. 4; A.A. I; Commuters I, 4; May Day 
Committee 2; Stunt Night Committee 2. 

Elementary 

863 Central Street, Framingham Centre 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman May Day 
Chapel 2. 

Elementary 

863 Central Street, Framingham Centre 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman May Day 
Chapel 2. 

Elementary 

863 Central Street, Framingham Centre 
A Kempis 3, 4; Transfer from Our Lady of Mercy 
College. 

Elementary 

863 Central Street, Framingham Centre 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman May Day 
Chapel 2. 

Elementary 

863 Central Street, Framingham Centre 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman May Day 
Chapel 2. 

Home Economics 178 Main Street, Boylston 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 4; Glee Club 4, 
Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4. 

Home Economics 5 Braemore Road, Brighton 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Commuters I, 
2; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Crocker Hall Treasurer 4; 
Chem. Lab. Assistant 4. 

Elementary Center Street, South Bellingham 

Transfer from Rhode Island College of Education. 



STAHLE, BEVERLY A. 



STANKARD, MARGARET A. 
STERLING, SUSANNE 



ST. GERMAIN, MARY E. 



TEEHAN, ANN J. 



TIERNEY, PATRICIA E. 



TREANOR, NANCY M. 



TRYPHONAS, 
VASIUKI ECONOMOU 



TURNER, BARBARA A. 



Elementary 35 Revere Street, Everett 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 
4; Pierce Hall Secretary 4; May Day Committee 
2; Stunt Night Committee I, 2, 3; Member of 
Honor Council 4. 

Elementary 79 Edwin Road, Waltham 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters I; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4. 

Home Economics 24 Myopia Road, Wollaston 
Y.W.C.A. I, Board 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 4; Home 
Ec. I, 2, Board 4; May Day Committee 2; Frateaco 
Volleyball 2; Co-Chairman Favor Committee 
Junior Weekend 3. 

Home Economics 

450 Sunderland Road, Worcester 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Commuters 
I, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2; Home Economics I, 2, 
3, 4. 

Home Economics 182 Walter Street, Roslindale 
A Kempis 1 , 2, 3, 4; A.A. Class Rep. I , Board 2, 3, 4, 
Basketball Manager 3; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Class 
President 2; Gate Post 2; S.C.A. Treasurer 3, 
Second Vice-President 4; Inter-Dorm Council 2; 
Frateaco Basketball I, 3; Stunt Night Co-Chairman 
I; Dining Room Council I, 2, 3; Representative to 
M.S.T.C. Conference 3; Registration Chairman 
M.S.T.C. Conference 4; N.S.A. Committee 2. 

Elementary 

5 Wheeler Avenue, Framingham Centre 
A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, Co-Chairman Sopho- 
more Freshmen Hike 2; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 2; Hilltop I, 2; Commuters I, 2, 
Treasurer 3, President 4; Chairman Cookout 4; 
Dance Committee 3, 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 4; 
May Day Committee 2; Stunt Night Committee I. 

Elementary 42 Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I; 
A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; May Day 
Court 2; Frateaco Cheerleader Black I, N.S.A. 
Committee 2; Chapel and Assembly Committee I. 

Home Economics 

l08'/2 Auburn Street, Cambridge 
Y.W.C.A. I, Board 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club I, 2; Home Ec. I, Board 2, 3, 4; Commuters 
3, 4. 

Vocational Plymouth Avenue, Ocean Bluff 

A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, Publicity 3, 4; 
Hilltop 4; Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer I, 
Vice-President 3; Treasurer Horace Mann Hall 2; 
Gate Post I, 2, Art Editor 3; Co-Art Editor Dial 4; 
S.C.A. First Vice-President 4, Judiciary Board 2, 3, 
Chairman 4; May Day Committee 2; Frateaco 
Black Cheerleading Captain 2; Stunt Night Co- 
Chairman 2. 



VARNEY. HELEN WALKUP 



WALKINSHAW, SARA A. 



WILSON, PATRICIA A. 



Elementary 100 Central Street, Ashland 

Y.W.C.A. 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Hilltop 4; Commuters 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 4; Gate Post I; May Day Com- 
mittee 2; Stunt Night Committee I, 2. 

Elementary 57 Fisher Road, Arlington 

Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
I, 2, 3, Choir I; A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4; Gate Post Copy 
Editor 3, 4; May Day Class Song Co-Chairman 2. 

Elementary 44 South Street, Shrewsbury 

A.A. I; Glee Club I, 2, 4, Choir 3, 4; Commuters 
I, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. I, 2, 4; May Day Committee 2; 
Stunt Night Committee 2. 



FACULTY DIRECTORY 1956-1957 



RACHEL D. BANGS 



DAVID BERGER 



ANNA BILLA 



JOHN F. BOWLER 



CONSTANCE BRINE 



HARRY S. BROUDY 



MURIEL C. BUCKLEY 



ELEANOR F. CHASE 



FLORENCE G. DORWARD 



STEPHEN DURKEE 



137 Bellevue Road, Lynn 

Crocker Hall, State Teachers College at Fram- 

ingham 
B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 
M.S., Teachers College, Columbia University 
Assistant in Home Management House 
Instructor in Foods, Nutrition, Household Equipment 
Home Economics Club Advisor 

592 Union Avenue, Framingham Centre 
B.S. in Ed., Massachusetts School of Art 
M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art 
Assistant Professor of Art 
Dial Advisor 

I 19 Maple Street, Framingham Centre 

39 Eutaw Street, Lawrence 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 

Assistant Professor in Clothing, Textiles 

9 Arthur Street, Framingham 

A.B., Boston College 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Fitchburg 

Ed. M., State Teachers College at Fitchburg 

Ed. D., Harvard University 

Registrar 

Professor of Social Studies 

252 Islington Road, Auburndale 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.P.H., Harvard University 

Ph.D., Cornell University 

Head of Home Economics Department 

Professor of Home Economic Education 

87 Oaks Road, Framingham 

A.B., Boston University 

M.A., Boston University 

Ph.D., Harvard University 

Professor of Psychology and Philosophy 

I I Orchard Street, Belmont 

B.S., Teachers College, Columbia University 

M.S. in Ed., Cornell University 

Assistant Professor of Clothing, Textiles 

592 Union Avenue, Framingham Centre 
45 Highland Street, Amesbury 
B.S., University of Massachusetts 
M.S., University of Massachusetts 
Ph.D., Columbia University 
Professor of Chemistry 

89 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 

B.S., Simmons College 

M.A., Columbia University 

Assistant Professor of Foods, Nutrition 

Y.W.C.A. Advisor 

Student State Home Economics Club Advisor 

18 Anzio Road, Framingham 
B.S., Massachusetts School of Art 
M.S., Syracuse University 
Instructor in Art 



STUART B. FOSTER 

VINCENT H. GANNON 

ALICE M. GLOVER 

A. CAROLLA HAGLUND 

DANIEL F. HARRIGAN, JR. 
VERA HEMENWAY 

RUTH R. HERRING 

AGNES M. HORNBY 



JOAN E. HORRIGAN 



EMMA A. HUNT 



DANA N. JOST 



1 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S., University of Massachusetts 
M.A., Columbia University 

Ph.D., Columbia University 
Professor of Chemistry, Nutrition 

117 Plain Street, Millis 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
M.A., Harvard University 
Instructor in English 
Commuters Club Advisor 

88 Russell Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S., Simmons College 
M.A., Boston College 
Professor of Physics 

16 Hilldale Road, Ashland 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Gorham, 

Maine 
M.A.L.S., Wesleyan University 
Instructor in Social Studies 

2 Margaret Road, Peabody 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Salem 
Associate Professor of Handwriting 

154 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 
B.A., Wellesley College 
M.A., Wellesley College 
Assistant Professor of English 
Gate Post Advisor 

45 Rochester Road, Newton 

B.A., University of Delaware 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 

Head of the Art Department 

Associate Professor of Art 

178 Maple Street, Framingham Centre 

Pleasant Street, Dighton 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.S., Syracuse University 

Head of the Vocational Department 

Assistant Supervisor of Teacher Training 

102 Arlington Street, Newton 

A.B., Trinity College 

A.M.T., Radcliffe College 

M.O.A., Staley College of the Spoken Word 

Instructor in Speech and Drama 

A Kempis Club Advisor 

Director of Hilltop Players Productions 

30 Henry Street, Framingham 
North Charlestown, New Hampshire 
B.A., Wellesley College 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 
Chairman of the Elementary Department 
Assistant Professor of Health Education, Audio- 
Visual Aids 

15 Davidson Road, Framingham Centre 

B.S., University of Massachusetts 

Ph.D., Harvard University 

Assistant Professor of Biology 

Student Government Association Advisor 



DOROTHY LARNED 



MARION M. MACDONALD 



ANN MACKEY 



154 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 

149 Highland Street, Winchester 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College 

M.A., Middlebury College 

M.Ed., Harvard University 

Diplome, Institut de Phonetique, Universite de Paris 

Dean of Women 

Associate Professor of French, Ethics 

82 Rosewood Road, Mattapan 

Graduate, State Teachers College at Framingham 

B.S., Boston University 

A.M., Boston University 

Instructor in Clothing, Home Furnishings 

179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline 

B.S., Sargent College 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Instructor in Physical Education, First Aid 

Athletic Association Advisor 

Class of 1959 Advisor 



MARIE P. MAHONEY 



MARY E. McGANN 



RUTH RICHARDS MILLER 



MADELINE E. MONROE 



LAWRENCE NEWELL 



MARY LOUISE O'CONNOR 



18 Sturgis Street, Worcester 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Worcester 

B.S. in L.S., Simmons College 

M.A., Clark University 

Assistant Librarian 

48 Aetna Street, Worcester 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Worcester 

M.A., Clark University 

Ed.D., Harvard University 

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Education 

17 Eaton Court, Wellesley Hills 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College 

A.M., Boston University 

Ph.D., Boston University 

Assistant Professor of Social Sciences, Education 

Y.W.C.A. Club Advisor 

31 Salem End Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 
Associate Professor of Clothing, Education 
Supervisor of Student Teaching 

24 Trafton Road, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Salem 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Ed.D., Boston University 

Professor of Elementary Education 

Supervisor of Student Teaching 

46 Burncoat Street, Worcester 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

M.A., Columbia University 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education 

Supervisor of Student Teaching 



GLADYS F. PRATT 



MIRIAM A. RILEY 



DEBORAH M. RUSSELL 



ELMER W. SALENIUS 



JAMES P. SAVAS 



BARBARA W. SCULLANE 



MARGARET A. SCULLY 



ADA SHAWKEY 



MARJORIE SPARROW 



89 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 

25 Jewett Lane, South Hadley 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College 

M.A., University of Illinois 

Librarian 

Associate Professor of Children's Literature, Library 

Methods 
Dial Literary Advisory 
Library Council Advisor 

3 Otis Street, Framingham 

A.B., Emmanuel College 

M.A., Boston University 

Associate Professor of History 

Judiciary Board Advisor 

Chairman of Faculty Bookstore Committee 

3 Edgell Road, Framingham Centre 
B.S., Columbia University 

A.M., Columbia University 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Nutrition, Die- 
tetics 

4 Bates Avenue, Maynard 
A.B., Boston University 
A.M., Harvard University 
Ph.D., Boston University 
Assistant Professor of English 
Hilltop Players Advisor 
Honor Council Advisor 

686 Worcester Road, Framingham Centre 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Lowell 

M.A. in Music Ed., Teachers College, Columbia 

University 
Director of Music Education 
Supervisor of Music, Student Teaching 
Musical Clubs Advisor 
Class of 1957 Advisor 

I 8 Park Avenue, Wellesley Hills 
A.B., Regis College 
M.Ed., Tufts University 

Instructor in Institutional Management, Lunchroom 
Management 

1 34 Oakley Road, Newton 
B.S., Simmons College 
M.A., Boston University 

Instructor in Biology 

75 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre 
Sigel, Pennsylvania 
B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
M.Litt., University of Pittsburgh 
Associate Professor of Geography 

15 Church Street, Framingham Centre 
A.B., Radcliffe College 
M.A., Wellesley College 
Associate Professor of English 



DOROTHY M. STEWART 



BERNICE TAYLOR 



MARGARET WALKER 



KATHRYN WILLIS 



Crocker Hall, State Teachers College at Fram- 

ingham 
868 Winter Street, Waltham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 
M.S., Cornell University 
Gate Post Financial Advisor 

22 Long Avenue, Framingham 

Graduate, Sargent School of Physical Education 

B.S., Teachers College, Columbia University 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University 

A.M., Boston University 

Associate Professor of Physical Education, History 

46 Normal Hill Road, Framingham Centre 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Associate Professor of Education 

Director of Teacher Training 

A.C.E. Advisor 

I I Stagg Drive, Natick 

B.A., University of Wisconsin 

C.P.A. 

Instructor in Mathematics and Physical Science 



JONATHAN MAYNARD FACULTY 



MARY E. STAPLETON 



MARY F. BOND 



ANGELINA M. BRUNO 



IRENE B. CARBONEAU 



GENEVIEVE CLARK 



MARY J. DONAHUE 



1387 Concord Street, Saxonville 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Principal, Jonathan Maynard School 

26 Cottage Street, Natick 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade One 

88 Purchase Street, Milford 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Lowell 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade One 

6 Andrews Street, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade One 

16 Hilldale Road, Ashland 
B.S., University of New Hampshire 
M.A., Clark University 
Grade Five 

47 Clark Street, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Grade Two 



CATHERINE F. HAGGERTY 



MARGARET M. HAYES 



MARY W. HOFFMAN 



MARGUERITE F. MARSHALL 



MARY E. KERR 



ELEANOR E. PURCELL 



ALICE M. SCIPIONE 



ANNETTE M. SPELLACY 



ROBINETTE WARD 



ELEANOR E. WELLS 



3 Curve Street, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade Four 

10 Emmett Street, Marlboro 

B.S., Clark University 

M.A. in Ed., Teachers College, Columbia University 

Grade Six 

92 Warren Avenue, Marlboro 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Hyannis 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade Three 

67 Pleasant Street, Holliston 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade Three 

59 Adams Street, Waltham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Boston University 

Grade Two 

54 Lawrence Street, Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., Boston College 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade Four 

22 Goddard Road, Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade Four 

392 Union Avenue, Framingham 
B.S. in Ed., Boston University 
Ed.M., Boston University 
Grade One 

355 Brook Street, Framingham Centre 
Grade Six 

195 Union Avenue, Framingham 

B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College at Framingham 

Ed.M., Harvard University 

Grade Five 



ELEMENTARY JUNIORS 



Baker, Joyce, 99 Harnden Avenue, Watertown 

Barrett, Joan, 505 Nichols Street, Norwood 

Battaglia, Adelaide, 6 Donazette Street, Wellesley 

Byrne, Louise, 18 Exeter Street, Belmont 

Ca hill, Jane, I I Fairfield Road, Cochituate 

Callahan, Mary, 239 Weld Street, West Roxbury 

Campisi, Virginia, 79 Barbara Road, Waltham 

Cardoza, Alice, 133 Stephen Street, South Dartmouth 

Carlson, Helen, 86 Mapleshade Avenue, East Longmeadow 

Carney, Ann, 191 Bainridge Street, Maiden 

Ciampa, Natalie, 16 Howe Street, Hudson 

Cioffi, Dorothy, 17 Mount Vernon Street, Arlington 

Clark, Janice, Main Street, Conway 

Coughlan, Frances, 328 Newtonville Avenue, Newtonville 

Curley, Barbara, 30 Henry Street, Framingham 

Daley, Priscilla, 41 Dover Road, Wellesley 

Danahy, Jo-Ann, I I Church Street, Hopkinton 

Dennehey, Carolyn, 298 Belmont Street, Wollaston 

DiGiovanni, Claudia, 335 Lake Avenue, Newton Highlands 

Dilworth, Joyce, 40 Griswold Street, Cambridge 

Donnelly, Mary Lou, 44 Clements Road, Waltham 

Doull, Joan, 15 Washington Terrace, Dedham 

Dreher, Elinore, 8 Maple Avenue, Fairhaven 

Dzedovetz, Jane, I I Sunset Road, Cambridge 

Ellis, Valerie, 20 Hemlock Street, East Walpole 

Forrest, Marita, 165 Neshobe Road, Waban 

Fowler, Saralei, 33 High Street, North Attleboro 

Frizzell, Louise, 22 Edgemoor Road, Belmont 

Frost, Barbara, 5 Highland Avenue, Watertown 

Guthrie, Helen, 36 General Cobb Street, Taunton 

Haley, Paula, 168 Essex Street, Saugus 

Hamblet, Janice, 192 Hunnewell Terrace, Newton 

Head, Elizabeth, 14 Bond Street, Gloucester 

Henriques, Susan, 3 Prospect Street, Attleboro 

Higgins, Janet, 58 Orvis Road, Arlington 

Holmes, Lois, 219 Union Avenue, Franklin 

Keeler, Beverly, 138 Purgatory Road, Whitinsville 

Kenna, Carol, I I Church Street, Hopkinton 

Knowlton, Sylvia, 216 East Central Street, Franklin 

Lafford, Joan, 21 Church Street, Newton 

LaRose, Marilyn, 122 Lockland Avenue, Framingham 

Leonard, Carol, 371 Hanover Street, Fall River 

Lewis, Priscilla, 157 Cedar Street, Framingham 

Looney, Anne, 105 Stratford Street, West Roxbury 

Loukas, Diana, 16 Pond View Avenue, Jamaica Plain 

Lyons, Jean, 46 Marked Tree Road, Needham 

Magennis, Patricia, 18 Benvene Street, Wellesley 

Manackas, Karolin, I37A Otter River Road, Gardner 

Marinacci, Leona, 21 Houghton Road, Belmont 

McDevitt, Eileen, 12 Albino Place, Newton Centre 

McLaughlin, Jeanne, 69 Waushakum Street, Framingham 

Mello, Carline, 57 Gross Street, Fall River 

Merrill, Helen, 33 Walnut Street, Winchendon 

Moloney, Helen, 199 Corey Street, West Roxbury 

Montalbano, Susanna, 197 Eliot Street, Ashland 

Morgan, Marjorie, 85 High Street, Holliston 

Morrow, Rosemary, 19 Wiley Street, Belmont 

Murch, Joanne, 71 Conant Road, Westwood 

Murphy, Cornelia, 5 Circular Avenue, Natick 

Murphy, Doreen, 27 Cerdan Avenue, West Roxbury 

Nanatonis, Carol, 65 Herbert Street, Framingham 

O'Neil, Joanne, 82 Day Street, Auburndale 

Paulette, Helen, 75 Lovers Lane, Medway 

Richardson, Jean, 38 Emmons Street, Milford 

Rooney, Joanne, 422 Lynnfield Street, Lynn 

Rubin, Lois, 56 Bartlett Avenue, Pittsfield 

Saltman, Barbara, 12 Winchester Street, Newton 

Shanahan, Patricia, 50 Pleasant Street, Lexington 

Slatkavitz, Charlotte, 15 South Prospect Street, Millers Falls 

Sleczkowski, Elizabeth, 1351 Concord Street, Saxonville 

Smith, Ada, 38 Wendell Street, Cambridge 

Smith, Mary, 173 Maple Street, West Roxbury 

Sullivan, Anne, 69 Bostonia Avenue, Brighton 

Summers, Barbara, 21 Grove Sireet, Upton 

Uebel, Ursula, 71 Eleanor Road, Springfield 

Vahey, Mary, 27 Maple Street, Watertown 



Vangel, Sophie, 46 Cummings Road, Newton Centre 
Walsh, Walla, 8 Crescent Street, Wellesley Hills 
Warren, Rosetta, 6 Spring Street, Westboro 
Westfall, Lesley, 41 Summer Street, Andover 
White, Judith, 273 Cabot Street, Newtonville 
Wilkie, Joan, Main Street, Lakeville 
Williams, Jane, 6 Standish Road, Watertown 



SPECIAL ELEMENTARY JUNIORS 

Burke, Penelope, TiV/2 East Seventh Street, South Boston 
Goldman, Carol, 50 Englewood Avenue, Brookline 
Kelley, Patricia, 27 West Walnut Street, Milford 
Kershaw, Barbara, 26 Gregory Road, Framingham 
Lerer, Emylee, 53 Summer Street, Maynard 
Ross, Betty Jane, 23 West Comm. Road, Cochituate 
Schnare, Sandra, 9 Lake Avenue, Framingham 

HOME ECONOMICS JUNIORS 

Blanchard, Julia, Thompson Street, Middleboro 

Bousquet, Carol, 61 Stickney Road, Medford 

Brown, Carol, 54 Church Street, Winchester 

Capodanno, Rose, 174 Foster Street, Ocean Bluff 

Castellano, Barbara, 10 Francis Street, Watertown 

Clark, Anne, 86 Jenney Street, New Bedford 

Crockett, Barbara, 144 Warren Street, West Medford 

Dalrymple, Hazel, 13 Maple Street, Hopkinton 

Denham, Judith, 177 Beulah Street, Whitman 

Dowgialo, Irene, 520 Summer Street, Weymouth 

Doyle, Margaret, 61 Beaumont Street, Dorchester 

Dube, Carolyn, 77 Meadowbrook Avenue, West Springfield 

Farrow, Nancy, Poitras Avenue, Tyngsboro 

Grady, Mary, 31 Broadway, Lynn 

Hitchcock, Judith, 28 Mayflower Road, Springfield 

Johnson, Elizabeth, 140 Whittemore Street, Leicester 

Kachadorian, Barbara, 152 Park Avenue, Holden 

Krebs, Anne, 21 Parkman Street, Natick 

Lane, Elizabeth, 14 Saxon Road, Newton Highlands 

Lawlor, Joan, 104 Pond Street, Westwood 

Leone, Angelina, 132 Crowley-Rogers Way, South Boston 

McCaffrey, Patricia, 529 Sunderland Road, Worcester 

McRae, Dolores, 38 Maple Avenue, Cambridge 

Minahan, Marilyn, 252 Old Connecticut Path, Framingham 

Mullins, Mary, 61 Longfellow Road, Worcester 

Nelson, Marylyn, 143-26 Oak Avenue, Flushing, New York 

Nicholas, Helen, 161 Hillside Street, Roxbury 

O'Brien, Maria, 5 Phillips Street, Westboro 

Reen, Gertrude, 57 Cliffmont Street, Roslindale 

Reidy, Marilyn, 431 Mill Street, Worcester 

Rosencranz, Elinor, 15 Westbourne Terrace, Brookline 

Skudlark, Paula, Fargubar Road, Sturbridge 

Wiley, Nancy, I 12 Highland Street, Hyde Park 

SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS JUNIORS 



Bearce, Mrs. Alice, Bellview Drive, Mansfield 
Booth, Sheryl, 22 Lakeview Street, Arlington 
Kelly, Joan, 735 Highland Avenue, Maiden 
Kelley, Thirza, 58 Lynde Street, Gardner 
Walsh, Jean, 140 Roslindale Avenue, Roslindale 



VOCATIONAL JUNIORS 

Haley, Janice, 72 Jasper Street, Saugus 
Hamilton, Mary, North Main Street, New Salem 
McDonald, Marilyn, 105 Waban Hill Road, Chestnut Hil! 
Montminy, Theresa, 29 Waldo Street, New Bedford 
Nelson, Carole, 13 Broadway, Rockport 
O'Brien, Mary, Marion Road, Rochester 
Poremski, C. Elaine, 19 Marvin Avenue, Franklin 
Reiniche, Patricia, 75 Oak Street, New Bedford 
Weaver, Sandra, 49 Stonebridge Road, Cochituate 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORES 



SPECIAL ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORES 



Allen, Joanne, 281 Humboldt Avenue, Roxbury 

Ballou, Betty, 18 Upland Road, Watertown 

Bernhardt, Marcia, 38 Beals Street, Broolcline 

Branagan, Patricia, 12 Oakland Street, Naticlt 

Brandli, Carol, I I Dixon Avenue, Dedham 

Burns, Helen, 47 Chapman Street, Watertown 

Carignan, Mary, 386 Union Street, New Bedford 

Chisholm, Barbara, 129 Eas+ Plain Street, Cochituate 

Clancy, Anne, 398 Waltham Street, West Newton 

Clifford, Ann, 18 Dewey Court, Northampton 

Cooney, Nancy. 15 Gilbert Street, Framingham 

Cooney, Roberta, 6 Shirley Street, Wellesley 

Cooper, Geraldine, 868 Pleasant Street, Attleboro 

Couch, Nancy, 39 Kiwanee Road, Warwick, R. I. 

Crawford, Nancy, 12 Gorham Avenue, Broolcline 

Crowley, Eleanore, 33 Hovey Road, Waltham 

Cummins, Anne, 173 Davis Avenue, Brookline 

Cuneo, Marilyn, 16 Winchester Street, Brookline 

Curtin, Rita, 96 Langdon Avenue, Watertown 

Dahart, Jean, Williamsville Road, Barre 

Daly, Marilyn, 2 Langley Road, Arlington 

Deneen, Sarah, 310 Washington Avenue, Chelsea 

Dexter, E. Norma, 82 Wheeler Street, Gloucester 

Dowling, Elena, 187 Beacon Street, Framingham 

Dwyer, Marie, 35 Skahan Road, Belmont 

Fahey, Patricia, 102 Waldeck Road, Milton 

Flanagan, Marilyn, 125 Winchester Street, Newton Highlands 

Fleming, Janet, 333 Trapelo Road, Belmont 

Fowler, Paula, 1258 Brook Road, East Milton 

Galvin, Moira, 9 Fayette Street, Newton 

Gorman, Maureen, Main Street, Upton 

Griffin, Judith, 156 Park Street, Gardner 

Healy, Elinor, 3 Fairview Terrace, West Newton 

Henderson, Shirley, 169 Blossom Street, Lexington 

Hilyard, Elizabeth, 22 Artell Road, Grafton 

Hobin, Barbara, 133 Chester Avenue, Chelsea 

Jengo, Phyllis, 62 Halford Street, Gardner 

Johnson, Anne, 23 Cornauba Street, Roslindale 

Kenney, Ann, 78 Walnut Street, Wellesley Hills 

LaFauci, Johanna, 7 Clarence Street, South Dartmouth 

Long, Joan, 83 Rutland Street, Watertown 

Lynch, Justina, 3 Concord Road, Marlboro 

Lynch, Rita, 441 Somerville Avenue, Somerville 

MacDonald, Faith, 28 Welles Avenue, Dorchester 

McDonnell, Virginia, 9 Princeton Street, Newton 

McDonough, Shelia, 25 McPhee Road, Framingham 

Mclnnes, Martha, 20 McKinnon Road, Milton 

Mellody, Mary, 400 Cedar Street, New Bedford 

Mongeon, Frances, 228 Worcester Street, North Grafton 

Nolan, Patricia, I I Cousens Circle, Newton Centre 

O'Brien, Kathleen, 177 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 

O'Connell, Terese, 96 Jersey Street, Dedham 

O'Keefe, Mary, 112 Wellesley Avenue, Wellesley Hills 

O'Neil, Eleanor, 383 Arnold Street, New Bedford 

O'Neill, Mary, 127 Worcester Street, Watertown 

Ouirk, Maryanne, 207 Goden Street, Belmont 

Ricci, Patricia, 83 King Street, Watertown 

Rice, Joyce, 7 Hardy Road, Wellesley 

Roach, Cecelia, 966 Chestnut Street, Newton Upper Falls 

Robinson, Elizabeth, 215 Grove Street, Melrose 

Rooney, Elizabeth, 36 River Street, South Natick 

Schneider, Judith, 523 Washington Street, Brookline 

Shea, Mary, 12 Silverwood Terrace, South Hadley 

Sheehan, Eleanor, Massachusetts Avenue, Harvard 

Sheehy, Maureen, 93 Dartmouth Street, Holyoke 

Surette, Margaret, I 19 Main Street, West Medway 

Szymanski, Barbara, Village Street, Medway 

Teir, Joan, 24 Nelson Street, Gardner 

Valakis, Lois, 85 Prospect Heights, Milford 

Volpe, Joanne, Joyce Road, Waltham 

White, Carroll, 6 Central Close, Auburndale 

Wieman, Virginia, 39 Percival Street, Dorchester 

Winslow, Mary, I I I Farnham Road, Belmont 



Gamarie, Marcia, 10 Fredrick Street, North Adams 
Hall, Juanita, Crescent Street, Stow 
Macker, Carolyn, Hartford Avenue, West Upton 
Offenback, Beatrice, 92 Harvard Avenue, Brookline 
Spray, Stella, 579 F Union Avenue, Framingham 
Teel, Joan, 19 Linden Street, Needham 



HOME ECONOMICS SOPHOMORES 

Adams, Simone, 15 Christopher Street, Dorchester 

Allen, Patricia, 5 Wellington Street, East Braintree 

Baldi, Virginia, 21 Stewart Terrace, Belmont 

Bernier, Diane, Horseneck Road, Dartmouth 

Bussey, Judith, 18 Winter Street, Arlington 

Cooney, Mary, 81 Varick Road, Waban 

Cronin, Patricia, 59 Dover Street, Worcester 

Crump, Lois, 19 Saunders Terrace, Wellesley Hills 

Dame, Cynthia, 586 Grafton Street, Worcester 

DeBettencourt, Eileen, 57 Strathmore Road, Brighton 

Denning, Claire, 152 Summer Street, Somerville 

DesRoches, Jean, 26 Phillips Street, West Medway 

Driscoll, Gail, 1688 Northampton Street, Holyoke 

Edson, Virginia, 15 Wilde Road, Wellesley 

Erat, Priscilla, 77 Phoenix Terrace, Springfield 

Farley, Joyce, 8 Brigham Road, Framingham 

Farrar, Joyce, 13 Huguenot Road, Oxford 

Ferris, Elizabeth, Winter Street, Fayville 

Fleming, Eleanor, 72 Lowell Road, Winthrop 

Freeman, Priscilla, Sandwich 

Frost, Elizabeth, 54 Saint James Street, Holyoke 

Geary, Mary, I 133 Beacon Street, Newton Centre 

Gilbert, Ida, 19 Mayall Road, Waltham 

Girard, Carole, 40 Grenada Street, Worcester 

Gustavson, Nancy, 62 Ledgewood Road, West Hartford, Conn. 

Hayes, Mary, 46 Ainsworth Street, Roslindale 

Hull, Beverly, 90 North Street, Medfield 

lacoboni, Frances, 31 Franklin Street, Leominster 

Kazokas, Anne, Charter Road, West Acton 

Keating, Roberta, 469 Mystic Street, Arlington 

Keller, Dorothy, 60 Clarkwood Street, Mattapan 

Kelley, Helen, 25 Cornwall Street, Jamaica Plain 

Kerls, Katheen, 352 Tremont Street, Braintree 

Kinney, Jocelyn, 5 North Street, Mattapoisett 

Laing, Judith, 39 Abigail Adams Circle, Weymouth 

Laing, Pauline, Old Meeting House Lane, Norwell 

Larsen, Marian, 46 Brenton Terrace, Pittsfield 

Lyons, Maureen, 1881 Commonwealth Avenue, Auburndale 

McGinley, Ann, 13 June Street, Worcester 

McGinnis, Elizabeth, 57 Aldie Street, Allston 

McGurren, Gayle, 2 Germain Street, Worcester 

Murray, Patricia, 142 First Street, Lowell 

O'Connor, Joan, 462 N. Washington Street, North Attleboro 

Quinn, Charlotte, 35 Highland Street, Swampscott 

Riley, Elizabeth, 64 Myrtle Street, Somerville 

Robson, Cynthia, 54 Whitman Road, Longmeadow 

Ryan, Marjorie, 25 Beauview Terrace, West Springfield 

Stanlake, Judith, 445 Prospect Avenue, Revere 

Sullivan, Nancy, 78 Dwinell Street, West Roxbury 

Tanner, Nancy, Railroad Avenue, Rowley 

Thomas, Norma, 70 North Main Street, Raynham Center 

Tighe, Patricia, I I Anderson Road, Framingham 

Walsh, Ann, I Forbes Lane, Andover 

Washburn, Nancy, R.F.D. No. 2, Nelson Lane, Andover 

Zebal, Ruth, 64 Amory Street, Cambridge 

SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS 
SOPHOMORES 

Belcher, Amy, 336 Webster Street, Rockland 
Byron, Virginia, 50 Fruit Street, Worcester 
Leavitt, Carol, East Barrington, New Hampshire 
Lynch, Barbara, 27 Mahew Street, Dorchester 



SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS 
SOPHOMORES 



Thiesfeldt, Marion, 23 Barrett Street, Medford 
Tobin, Margaret, 71 Erie Avenue, Newton Highlands 



VOCATIONAL SOPHOMORES 



Atkinson, Patricia, 59 Chestnut Street, Saugus 

Harrison, M. Priscilla, 17 Dunbar Road, Reading 

Hunt, Carole, Boston Road, Sutton 

LaClaire, Marcia, Star Route, Montague 

Mandis, Barbara, 125 Park Avenue, Arlington 

Moss, Virginia, 446 Central Street, Saugus 

Pearson, Janice, 26A Central Street, Byfield 

Randazzo, Pauline, 20 Nason Road, Saugus 

Sister Mary Tekakwitha, 863 Central Street, Framingham 

Thorburn, Marilyn, 454 No. Warren Avenue, Brockton 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN 



Andersen, Nancy, 84 Park Street, Wilmington 

Anderson, Lorraine, 10 High Street, Framingham 

Auerbach, Irene, I I Newton Street, Boston 

Bailey, Ellen, 238 Berlin Road, Marlboro 

Barry, Rosemary, 27 Kingsbury Street, Worcester 

Bassing, Patricia, 41 Bowker Road, Waltham 

Bianchi, Regina, 13 Dominick Street, Milford 

Black, Susanne, 264 Holliston Street, Medway 

Bond, Janice, 120 Worcester Lane, Waltham 

Boni, Linda, 8 Oldham Road, Arlington 

Booker, Carol, 83 Highland Street, New Bedford 

Brownell, Judith, 1168 Harbor View Way, Nantucket 

Calarese, Alberta, 103 Mendon Street, Hopedale 

Canesi, Dorothy, 248 Winthrop Street, Framingham 

Carney, Ellin, 57 Gale Road, Belmont 

Carroll, Diane, 4 Robert Road, Framingham 

Carroll, Virginia, 9 Johnson Road, Arlington 

Cepurneck, Luciel, 378 Eliot Street, Framingham 

Chandler, Beverly, 62 Spruce Street, North Attleboro 

Cheny, Celeste, 15 Lindale Avenue, Dedham 

Cohen, Elaine, 18 Fountain Street, Haverhill 

Colacey, Beverly, Old Orchard Road, Sudbury 

Connors, Phyllis, 14 Crescent Street, West Newton 

Coughlin, Kathleen, 84 Wilmington Avenue, Dorchester 

Curran, Claire, 955 Old Connecticut Path, Saxonville 

Curran, Sheila, 22 Berkely Street, Marlboro 

Daniels, Evelyn, 37 Leonard Street, Waltham 

Dennis, Wilhelmine, 525 Country Way, Egypt 

Dias, Virginia, 281 Hoi lis Street, Framingham 

Dickson, Sandra, 84 Fisher Street, Walpole 

Dixon, Beatrice, Ruggles Street, Westboro 

Donnelly, Grace, 218 Highland Avenue, Arlington 

Donovan, Eleanor, 29 Upland Street, Dedham 

Driscoll, Penelope, 100 Milford Street, West Medway 

Eldridge, Sally, Main Street, Dover 

Empey, Barbara, Main Street, Sherborn 

Ferruccio, Cecilia, 249 Hayden Rowe, Hopkinton 

Fisher, Rhoda, 22 Gowey Street, Springfield 

Fitzgerald, Martha, 208 Chapel Street, Newton 

Fleming, Marjorie, 72 Lowell Road, Winthrop 

Foisie, Brenda, I 19 Nehoiden Street, Needham 

Galavotti, Sandra, Middleboro Road, Wareham 

Gallini, Dorothy, 91 Mellen Street, Framingham 

George, Virginia, 13 Highland Street, Framingham 

Ginsberg, Sandra, 77 Needham Street, Dedham 

Goodlatte, Doris, 175 Forest Park Avenue, Springfield 

Gorham, Patricia, Box I, Williamsburg 

Grant, Kathleen, 36 O'Cohlaghan Way, Boston 

Graves, Lois, 132 Page Street, New Bedford 

Green, Judith, 136 Warren Street, Medford 

Griffin, Kathleen, 83 East Main Street, Ayer 



Hamilton, Jacquelyn, East Hartford Avenue, Mendon 

Haskell, Joan, Pleasant Street, Natick 

Haskins, Winifred, 32 Elinor Road, Newton Highlands 

Headberg, Elna, I I Gates Avenue, Marlboro 

Healey, Mary, 397 Huron Avenue, Cambridge 

Hearn, Elaine, 150 Pleasant Street, Newton Center 

Hendsbee, Joan, 16 Verona Street, Jamaica Plain 

Hetherington, Katherine, 20 Chester Road, Belmont 

Hickey, Catherine, I Waring Road, Natick 

Hitchcock, Lois, 92 Tremont Street, New Bedford 

Holmes, Winifred, 26 Fenway Drive, Framingham 

Hosmer, Sylvia, School Street, Southboro 

Hussey, Joan, 23 Pershing Road, Newton 

Hutchins, Carol, 14 Amherst Road, Beverly 

Indrisano, Carol, 12 Peck Avenue, Wellesley Hills 

Jacobs, Miriam, 69 Rencelau Street, Springfield 

Johnson, Edith, 154 Trapelo Road, Belmont 

Johnson, Jean, Middle Road, Southboro 

Kaufman, Judith, 37 Homer Street, Newton 

Keefe, Lois, 80 Garden Street, Milton 

Kelleher, Maureen, 194 School Street, Watertown 

LaFontaine, Kathleen, 241 Read Street, South Attleboro 

LeBlanc, Beverly, 101 Francis Street, Waltham 

Linfield, Nancy, 27 Porter Road, Waltham 

Longley, Ann, 1307 South Street, Needham 

Luippold, Judith, 1107 West Street, Walpole 

Magnani, Kathleen, 51 Granite Street, Ashland 

Mayer, Marylynn, 30 Webster Street, West Newton 

McConnell, Eleanor, I I Ripley Road, Belmont 

McKelvey, Maryellen, 6 Jerome Street, Somerville 

McLaughlin, Joanne, 51 Clearwater Road, Brookline 

McMannus, Joan, 26 Palmer Road, Framingham 

Merritt, Marcia, Main Street, Norwell 

Milles, Marjorie, 12 Franconia Avenue, Natick 

Money, Joan, 33 Stevens Road, Needham 

Monique, Lois, 34 Miller Avenue, Framingham 

Morgan, Anne, 1678 Northampton Street, Holyoke 

Moyihan, Mary, 4 Homer Street, Worcester 

Mullen, Kathleen, 14 Cotter Road, Waban 

Mulvey, Mary, 30 Electric Street, Worcester 

Nazarian, Sonya, 5 Sterns Road, Watertown 

Negus, Arlene, Brooks Street, Upton 

Normile, Patricia, 141 Trapelo Road, Belmont 

Palm, Judith, 46 Phillips Street, West Medway 

Parsons, Kay, I I Bluff Head Road, Sharon 

Paul, Carole, 234 Bacon Street, Natick 

Pepi, Joyce, 95 Pincushion Road, Framingham 

Pineau, Rita, 24 Commonwealth Road, Watertown 

Pinna, Frances, 15 Metcalf Avenue, Ashland 

Potter, Christine, 120 Brook Street, Holliston 

Ryan, Corinne, 72 Walker Road, Swampscott 

Secord, Shirley, Downey Street, Belmont 

Selver, Beverly, 321 Cross Street, Belmont 

Seymour, Nancy, 26 Homestead Street, Waban 

Shaffman, Nancy, 18 Milo Street, West Newton 

Shapiro, Arlene, 855 Dickson Street, Springfield 

Shapiro, Marjorie, 62 Steadman Street, Brookline 

Sharon, Maureen, 40 Grove Street, Hudson 

Shaw, Barbara, 100 Massachusetts Avenue, Springfield 

Shea, Joanne, 10 Wood Avenue, Framingham 

Slade, Marguerite, 22 Whittier Road, Natick 

Stellato, Lorraine, 21 Benton Road, Medford 

Stevens, Pauline, 64 Cypress Street, Brookline 

Stoll, Elaine, 307 Tappan Street, Brookline 

Sullivan, Barbara, 176 Garden Street, Fall River 

Sullivan, Joan, 1062 Webster Street, Needham 

Tillman, Joan, 41 Shaker Road, Longmeadow 

Tivnan, Patricia, 27 Raymond Street, Worcester 

Varley, Kathleen, 156 Myrtle Street, Waltham 

Vodoklys, Virginia, 167 Hasting Street, Stow 

Waldron, Mary, 88 Highland Street, New Bedford 

Walsh, Janet, 40 Aberdeen Avenue, Waltham 

Waters, Adeline, 4 Maple Street, Ayer 

Watson, Arline, 25 Marion Road, Belmont 

Wegerdt, Ann, 34 Lowell Road, Wellesley Hills 

Weinfield, Marcia, 103 Beaumont Avenue, Newton 

White, Betsyan, 24 Sheldon Street, Milton 

Wright, Janet, Woodland Street, Sherborn 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN 

Ziel, Elinore, 10 Cunningham Road, Wellesley Hills 
Zophin, Diane, 66 Westchester Road, Newton 

SPECIAL ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN 



DiPesa, Mildred, 52 Pearl Harbor Road, Framingham 
Grass, Catherine, 13 Park Avenue, Natick 
McCormack, Shelia, 67 Grant Street, Lexington 
Plummer, Nancy, 3 Pollock Road, Cochituate 

HOME ECONOMICS FRESHMEN 

Beck, Paula, 14 Dighton Street, Brighton 
Beksha, Mary, 140 Sawtell Avenue, Brockton 
Benson, Karyl, 905 Plympton Street, Middleboro 
Blanchard, Janis, 121 East Main Street, Avon 
Bolduc, Nancy, 16 Chandler Street, Arlington 
Bosworth, Judith, 855 Pleasant Street, Framingham 
Brown, Enid, Katama Road, Edgartown 
Buckley, Maureen, 52 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain 
Canty, Jane, 15 Wyola Drive, Worcester 
Carey, Sheila, 351 Crafts Street, Newtonville 
Chevoor, E. Lorraine, 76 Putnan Street, Watertown 
Chisholm, Judith, 121 Clare Avenue, Hyde Park 
Cowhig, Jane, 60 White Pine Street, Newton 
Cowell, Judith, Main Street, Cummington 
Craig, Anne, 36 Pondview Road, Arlington 
Crisci, Barbara, 26 Prospect Terrace, Leominster 
Cronan, Mary Lou, 186 State Street, Framingham 
Crooks, Rhoda, Crooks Road, North Brookfield 
Crosby, Helen, Water Street, Pembroke 
Curtin, Sheila, 13 Sunset Road, Waltham 
Curtis, Joan, P.O. Box 5, Island Creek 
Dalton, Joanne, 486 Pearse Road, Swansea 
DiBattista, Jeanne, 51 North Bow Street, Milford 
Dowling, Patricia, 6 City View Street, Worcester 
Driscoll, Maureen, 31 I Adams Street, Quincy 
Dwyer, Dorothy, 225 Park Street, Stoughton 
Fitzgerald, Nancy, 99 Lincoln Road, Medford 
Fitzpatrick, Martha, 54 Mayall Road, Waltham 
Flynn, Nancy, 48 Elm Street, Shrewsbury 
Folsom, Anne, 9 Brouers Avenue, Winthrop 
Gallagher, Frances, 8 Bucknan Street, Roxbury 
Garvey, Jane, 25 Plain Street, Natick 
Gerrits, Mary Claire, 75 Moreland Street, Worcester 



Gittleman, Shirley, 60 Woodrow Avenue, Dorchester 
Grignaffini, Theresa, 60 Pleasant Street, Wellesley 
Haley, Anne, 97 Parker Street, Newton Center 
Haydon, Nancy, Rt. 6A, West Barnstable 
Hayes, Eleanora, Northgare Road, West Newton 
Hedquist, Ann, 279 Cedar Street, New Bedford 
Heron, Julie, 27 Howard Street, Melrose 
Hindlian, Mary, 16 Irma Avenue, Watertown 
Hourihan, Joan, 14 Dunster Road, Jamaica Plain 
Kiley, Janet, I I Winter Street, Clinton 
Lanigan, Mary, 9 Cleveland Street, Arlington 
Lavallee, Janet, 86 Lincoln Street, Marlboro 
Looney, Maureen, 20 Winthrop Street, Winchester 
Lovett, Alicine, 75 Faneuil Street, Brighton 
Luz, Ann, 95 Russell Street, Marlboro 
Makepeace, Sally, 22 Kenilworth Road, Shrewsbury 
Maloney, Sallyanne, 14 Holland Street, Springfield 
McNamara, Joan, 291 Providence Road, Farnumsville 
Morrison, Nancy, 188 Mechanic Street, Canton 
Nicholas, Edith, High Street, West Duxbury 
Novitski, Barbara, 14 New York Street, Worcester 
Odione, Barbara, 266 Lowell Street, Wilmington 
Pierce, Barbara, 46 Brookfield Road, Winthrop 
Pierce, Benita, Box 149, West Yarmouth 
Renaud, Roberta, Anawan Street, Rehoboth 
Rouleau, Beverly, 198 Fremont Street, Taunton 
Santoro, Denise, 189 Pleasant Street, Brockton 
Shea, Eleanor, 182 Hawthorn Road, Braintree 
Sheehan, Anne, 69 Hope Street, Attleboro 
Sullivan, Elizabeth, 45 Larchmond Road, Salem 
Sullivan, Noelle, 26 Prospect Street, Bradford 
Waite, Judith, Box 59, West Yarmouth 
Welz, Ellen, 14 Derby Road, Watertown 



VOCATIONAL FRESHMEN 



Bowen, Alice, 137 Boardman Avenue, Melrose 
Colpitts, Jacqueline, 35 Lincoln Street, Dedham 
LaClaire, Susan, 3 Summer Street, Spencer 
Miller, Janet, 9 Rounds Street, New Bedford 
Stone, Barbara, 71 Pleasant Street, Somerset 
Suffretti, Judith, 15 Fairmount Place, Saugus 



IRREGULAR VOCATIONAL FRESHMEN 

Cabral, Anna, Box 184, Walnut Plain Road, West Wareham 
Rand, Virginia, 19 Market Square, Lynn 




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To reach your goals for this June of 1957 once seemed an interminable 
task of accomplishment, and yet with diligence from so many sources 
you have succeeded. The alumnae of Framingham offer their sincere 
congratulations on your graduation, and extend cordial wishes for your 
future. May it be one of professional, as well as personal, fulfillment. 

While reading this volume, you look back on your college years with 
fondness for the understandings attained, for the friendships gained, 
and for the innumerable incidents shared. But the memories will never 
be so sharp as on that night when you form your own Friendship Circ:e 
as part of commencement activities. However, as you go your separate 
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strongly and they will find greater outlets through future service to your 
college. 

The Alumnae Association, through its numerous meetings for class, 
club, and general purposes, will always be a means to the successful 
retention of ail you hold dear at Framingham. Knowing this, we who 
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